Screwing the Pooch by James B. Bergstad

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Screwing the Pooch is a short story collection dealing with the dark side of the human condition. Pooch has a fiction genre for any palate. Mystery, suspense, murder, romance, drama and horror all play a part in this rare collection. J B Bergstad is a gifted storyteller with a unique talent for saying a lot in a little space, his character driven stories come to life quickly, richly and tightly.

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J B Bergstad numbers salesman, trucker, firefighter, Guest Relations Department Supervisor for a major television network and thirty years of management and entrepreneurial experience in the field of transportation/logistics among his career pursuits. Retired after three tries, Jim and his wife escaped to Aiken, South Carolina where they built a home and Jim began a serious study of the art of creative writing with special emphasis on genre and literary fiction.   After five years of heaven, Jim's been dragged, kicking and screaming, back to California where he and his wife have rejoined their three sons and eight grandchildren. Two daughters remain in Florida and have provided an additional four grandchildren who in turn have gifted Jim and his wife with two great-grandchildren. Four additional great-grandchildren reside in Arizona with their families.
Published March 7, 2009 by Woodside Publishing Group. 216 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Horror, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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The stories are varied in element and style - but the common thread amongst most of the stories seem to be that of vengeance, deliverance, or new beginnings.

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