Eddy failed at virtually everything, and worse still, he suffered a strained relationship with his father who never really forgave him for inadvertently causing the death of his mother when she was giving birth to him. It couldn’t have gotten any worse when his business was taken over by the IRS and his ex-wife made away with whatever was left of the carcass. Eddy was no doubt down but not totally out as he hoped to claw his way out of the mud through sweat and blood—with just one person that believed in him.
Eddy thought that Frank was his lifesaver who had come to rescue him from the depths of failure and frustration, but little did he know he was being setup as a fall guy.
Other characters in the book include Frank, Tony, Vito, Berta, Lou, David, Sidney, and Abbie among others.
It’s A Good Day To Liquidate is a very interesting novel about betrayal and conspiracy on one hand, and also of determination to persevere against all odds. It is a touching story no one should miss!
BIO: Ed’s passion for writing started early when he began writing copy for his full service Boston based advertising agency. He copy wrote and contributed to the success of his clients businesses; from proposals to contracts, to creative writing in support of their numerous branding and advertising campaigns.
He has written articles and blogs for the largest state retailers association in the country as well as many trade publications. After a long business career Ed has redirected his efforts to writing full time.
Currently he just completed his fifth novel, a horror book, titled, “The Neighborhood at Misty Hollow Lake. “
He won the 2019 International Book Awards for best novella for his book titled, “The Great Mongolian Bowling League of the United States of America.”
His first book, “It’s a Good Day to Liquidate,” is set in the liquidation industry, where he worked for over twenty-five years of his career inside the home furnishings liquidation industry.
His second book, “Lizard of Transition,” is a historical fiction, about a world war two vet who had to confess to his son prior to his pending death. The book deals with the after effects of war and how it can impact the next generation.
Last, “The Amazing Life of Art Lemon,” is a book about a boy who is rejected at birth who ends up working in the United States predator drone program.
He’s written a two-act play, called “Hank’s Six Days of Happiness.” It’s about a man at fifty years old whose only had six days of happiness in his life. A comedy, it explore the serious issue of electric shock -therapy.