La Frontera Saga: A new take on the drug World
My first novel is on sale! What if a drug cartel decided to pay taxes on their earnings and unilaterally renounce violence? How much would a cartel have to spend in what economists call transfer payments to make a dramatic impact on the poor rural community in Northern Mexico? Will the other cartels see this as a sign of weakness
My latest 700 word story is up here at my favorite page for flash fiction.
It’s taken long enough, but my first novel is finally available. It’s called La Frontera Saga. I hope you enjoy it. Paperback …
I’m not a person anymore, Bobby. I’m a testament.” “What?” “That’s what ghosts are—they’re testaments to what never should have happened and …
About John Scheck
I’ve lived in four countries on three continents. In no particular order, these include Lower Queen Anne in Seattle; the Miraflores district of Lima, Peru, during a university exchange program; the Glyfada area of greater Athens, Greece, as part of my short and distinguished service in the U.S. Air Force; and now the Ruzafa neighborhood in sunny Valencia, Spain, is home.