Dutch gets naked In OLD MOTHER CURRIDGE, Private detective Alvis "Dutch" Curridge asks questions like: "Did Elvis Presley kill this poor dead girl?" "Did I kill the bastard son of lawman Bat Masterson?" and "Did Alvis Sr. leave me with the greatest mystery of them all?" Dutch Curridge leaves his beloved Fort Worth to find some answers in OLD MOTHER CURRIDGE, the greatest Dutch Curridge tale of them all. And yes, he gets naked in both a physical and metaphorical sense. It's a story about questions that lead to more questions. A story about stories, and each one comes with a price.
About the Author
Tim Bryant published his first novel DUTCH CURRIDGE in 2010, and followed it with two more in the series: SOUTHERN SELECT in 2013 and SPIRIT TRAP in 2014. He was named one of the Top Five Texas Authors of 2014 by BookPeople in Austin, TX. His fifth novel CONSTELLATIONS was released by Behooven Press in April of 2015. His short story "Doll's Eyes" was included in Subterranean Press' IMPOSSIBLE MONSTERS anthology. Tim also writes and records music, having recently released the album "New Endings For Old Stories" by his band Rise And Run. You can find his heart in the Texas Hill Country, but he lives in a little house in Nacogdoches with his wife Leela, their kids Molly and Jackson and a dog named Bowie.