The long anticipated 2nd book in Jim Lindsay’s Little Bastards Series, "Swerve", is out and available. Following the highly acclaimed "The Little Bastards," Swerve begins as the first book left
you – the horrific wreck at the rail road tracks on the Boulevard where hot rodding, blue collar Sonny Mitchell has saved the life of Marylyn Swanson, a beautiful high school heart throb
banker’s daughter. Sonny’s 40 Ford is wrecked, Marylyn’s father warns him off and the sawmill where he works is about to take out bankruptcy. If that's not enough, there’s a new kid in town
with a hot Impala gunning for Sonny’s title of "drag race legend." Find out how Sonny fights seemingly unwinnable odds in dealing with a mystery at the sawmill, the hot kid's challenge and his
quest to have the girl of his dreams.
Author Jim Lindsay
To own your own signed “Swerve,” send $20.00 to
34339 Colorado Lake Dr.
Corvallis, Oregon, 97333
The first book, "The Little Bastards" is still available signed for
$20.00 or send $35.00 for both. Advance Praise for Swerve:
we return with Jim Lindsay to American in the 1950's, the era of rock'n'roll, fast cars, and seemingly eternal youth. Discover what it was like to
live that life, with the thrills and consequences captured in this exciting sequel to his unforgettable The Little Bastards
Susan Keefe, Midwest Book Review
For starters Sonny has fallen in love with a beautiful girl whose life he has saved, but she's from the wrong side of town–her father owns the bank and doesn't cotton to hot
rodders in leather jackets. This love story, along with the strong vibes of class distinction, weaves through the book, and it's just one of the elements that will keep you turning pages to
find where it goes.
The extra treat in this sequel is a well-plotted detective mystery that Sonny sniffs out at the lumber mill, and that develops into
another action adventure with multiple outcomes to finish off the book. It's even better than the first one. There's no question that author Lindsay is a natural born storyteller. The pace
never slackens. This one starts out with a bang and ends with a bang. And what's between is darn good storytelling.
Pat Ganahl, past publisher of Hot Rod and Street Rod magazines
Read all about "The Little Bastards", Jim Lindsay's first book in the series, just after the Swerve excerpt below!