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Skip-Trace is a psychological thriller written entirely from the vantage point of the Bill Collector and is a first-person account fully charged with emotion and strong dialogue. The language is contemporary and often raw and unrelenting.

You can't get blood out of a turnip. Sam Phillips is a Repo-man who has to take a job as a Bill Collector after being shot and nearly killed. Everyone has an excuse for not paying their bills and Sam quickly realizes that having a desk job isn't all that it's cracked up to be. In a personal battle with alcohol, drugs and his own paranoia, he searches deep within his soul to find the answers. However, society, his infectious coworkers and the boss who hired them push him over the edge until he is forced with a decision that leads to an addiction far worse than he could have ever imagined.

Book Reviews

For anyone who has ever worked in a cubicle or telemarketing type of job , they'll know exactly what the author is trying to say. I'm amazed there hasnt been any 'real life' scenarios like this book, but then again it's probably a good thing! This is a great book for anyone who needs a little reassurance that all telemarketers are not bad, or crazy! - C. Manning aka "cookie bear"

This book is very interesting. It's easy to get into the characters and understand where they are coming from. It's easy to read and while it starts out slow, it speeds up and becomes captivating at a quick pace. I would recomend reading this book to any one who likes this genera of writing. - N!
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