Please recommend askDavid.com
   using these social sharing buttons:
David

Books:  

  

Book: The Hobo by Dick Murphy-Scott

if you read and liked the book:

The Hobo by Dick Murphy-Scott

...you might also like our reading suggestions below

Transformed - San Francisco (Quirky Romantic Spy Novel Book 1) by Suzanne Falter
*** Winner of a prestigious Rainbow Award *** Can one crazy fundamentalist take out SanFrancisco's hedonists? And can a transman spy, a society dominatrix and lesbian SFPD sergeant stop him? Charley McElroy is a handsome, well-heeled travel writer and CIA operative and he's having a midlife crisis. Not only did he get suspended by the Agency after forgetting to pay his taxes. Only days earlier, yet another one of his marriage [...]
 
An Emperor Among Us - The Eccentric Life and Benevolent Reign of Norton I, Emperor of the United States, as Told by Mark Twain by David St. John
As cigar smoke hangs heavy in Mark Twain's sitting room, the members of the Monday Evening Club eagerly await his presentation, which they think will be the reading of his paper The Decay of the Art of Lying. Instead, Twain changes his mind and enthralls his audience with the true tale of one man's unconventional and fascinating journey through life. It is 1849 when a thirty-one-year-old Jewish South African immigrant sails [...]
 
ReConnected by Armelle Cloche & Michelle Tirella
ReConnected is a screenplay inspired by a true Facebook story. Social network can create as much mess as magic! 1993. Prom night. Two high school sweethearts are 20 years away from using Facebook to reconnect and to dismantle a crime ring in Panama. ReConnected is a suspenseful romance about finding yourself again, rediscovering lost love and courage, and how our choices always affect the ones we love most. Pack your bag. Get [...]
 
Webs in the Mist - The Jessie Morgan Series, Book 2 by Maggie Plummer
It's 1972, and San Francisco is a global mecca for hippies and radicals. In Book 2 of The Jessie Morgan Series, 21-year-old Jess can't wait to join her friend Donna there. Driving her VW down the Pacific Coast, she's more than ready for the city's open Bohemian vibe, bongo-mad street life, perpetual protests, and cutting-edge counterculture. Among the characters she meets are Cat, a tall, fun-loving Sicilian, and Carl, a [...]
 
The Inventor, a tale of Old San Francisco by Steve Bartholomew
The year 1880: Young Jeremy Fantom has decided he hates his job as reporter on the San Francisco Bulletin. He especially dislikes having to cover riots and rabble rousers like Denis Kearney and Mayor Kalloch. His viewpoint begins to change when he encounters a strange inventor and his beautiful daughter, Hollyhock. Is her father, Mr Worrell, a crackpot or a genius? Or does that even matter?
 
The Imaginary Emperor - A Tale of Old San Francisco by Steve Bartholomew
Sometimes the only path to sanity is through madness. San Francisco, 1859. Joshua Norton, desperate to survive, sees madness overtaking America. He has lost his fortune and believes the country is losing its mind. In a flash of insight, he finds the answer to both problems. He will become Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico. He will issue proclamations to make things right.Now imagine young Marina. She wants [...]
 
From the Horse's Mouth - A memoir of San Francisco's legendary Iron Horse restaurant and its charismatic owner by Marilyn Giorgetti
Behind the scenes tales of San Francisco's legendary Iron Horse restaurant, as told from the horse's mouth. "From the Horse's Mouth" is a slice-of-life peek into a bygone era when the martini was the drink of the day and hats and white gloves where de'rigeur for the ladies. We rub elbows with the likes of Joe DiMaggio and the famous sports figures of the day and join in the pulsing energy of the standing-room-only crowds. [...]
 
The Liar's Guide to South America by Michael Delwiche
Andrew Mozart is in love. He fell for Sarah the first time they met, but he could never find the courage to tell her. When she leaves work on a gap year adventure to South America, he thinks he has missed his chance. Until he moves desks, and finds her computer still logged in to her email account. Sarah's old emails reveal that she thought more of him then he believed possible. Armed with intimate knowledge of her secret [...]
 
Vodka and Limelight - Story of a Bartender by Yuri Kagan
VODKA & LIMELIGHT - What might seem like fantasy to the average reader is reality to Yuri Kagan, or at least it was when he was living the dream life in San Francisco's Castro District bartending at one of the area's hottest spots. Welcome to the Castro everyone thinks they know, but they really don't. "Vodka & Limelight" is a coming of age, fictitious memoir comprised of short stories that offer an inside look at the [...]
 
Sacrifices (The Tomcat Lines Series) by Stevie Woods
A stranger leaves Ian a bequest that starts him on a search which begins five hundred years earlier and takes him further back in time until his hunt leads him to TeotihuacA n in Mexico. However, even Ian didn't realize where his search would finally lead him as he and Mac dig beneath an ancient palace. They discover a pair of skeletons who are guardians to a goddess and a crystal spider that takes them on yet another [...]
 
My Right Leg Is Tastier Than My Left by Andrew John Rainnie
In 2011 screenwriter, filmmaker and journalist Andrew John Rainnie quit his life to follow his dream and travel the world. Relive the adventures as he charts this exciting and turbulent journey, often mixing his trademark blunt yet comedic opinions of the places he visits with deep personal insights into his past. What emerges is a poignant, poetic and often humorous insight into the lifestyle of a globetrotting aficionado, a [...]
 
Imperfect by Rebecca Barray and Tobi Doyle
After moving to San Francisco to escape the aftermath of a violent attack, Sophie Schrader will learn from real estate tycoon William Peterson that she is safe, loved...and perfect. TWO HALVES - Sophie Schrader came to San Francisco to start over. Fleeing a broken past, she never examined if she was living her passion until now, when one shocking night in a downtown dance club introduces her to a man who is everything she [...]
 
Hello, My Love! (Between Two Worlds Book 1) by E Journey
What would Elizabeth Bennet be like if she had been born today? In this modern-day tale inspired by Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, bright, beautiful law student Elise Halverson looks forward to a promising career. The last thing she needs is to fall in love with well-known playboy Greg Thorpe. Besides, he's engaged to be married. Greg finds Elise so unlike the women he used to date and he's deeply intrigued. But [...]
 
The Hun and the General by Tristram La Roche
Livianus is bored and longs for action. His reward for serving Rome is the governorship of a quiet corner of Gaul, but as he whiles away his days at his sumptuous villa, his thoughts turn to Attila the Hun, the feared barbarian with whom Livianus once enjoyed an intimate friendship. When a desperate emperor asks him to return to Pannonia to broker a truce with Attila, Livianus's old passion flares. Attila is losing the will [...]
 
California Sunset (Crimson Romance) by Casey Dawes
Divorced mother Annie Gerhard meets rugged new bookstore owner John Johnson at the worst possible time in her life. Her high tech company is threatening to lay her off if she doesn't move from California to New Jersey and her 15-year-old son David is causing trouble. The recession has hit Silicon Valley hard and there are no jobs for a middle manager, even if she hates what she does. And this is no time for romance, no matter [...]
 
Fixed by Tristram La Roche
A spin of the wheel can change everything... Mike had it all. A business in the south of France, money, and a handsome boyfriend. But when the world's economies nose-dived, he lost the lot including Kurt. With nothing left, he finds himself back home in the north of England, living in a broken-down rented flat, alone. When the boiler breaks down, the repairman turns out to be an old acquaintance one who was never Mike's [...]
 
Lorenzo il Magnifico by Tristram La Roche
Fed up with Leeds and his job in the call centre, Luke's packed his bag and takes his hard-on to Florence, hoping it will be the start of a new chapter in his life. A chance meeting with a tall, handsome waiter and that chapter starts far sooner than he could ever have imagined. Lorenzo is a restaurateur with meat and two veg to rival any competition, and is everything Luke has been looking for. Hot, sexy and uninhibited, he [...]
 
An Egg and A Cigarette - Tales of a Family's Volunteering in Ecuador and Peru by Shari Harris-Dunning
"Mommy, why are so many people in Guatemala so poor?" "Sweetie, it's such a complicated answer." "Mommy, we need to help." This seemingly innocent conversation inspired the Dunning family to embark on a family volunteer trip to a "lesser developed" part of the world. In 2010, the Dunnings took off four months and volunteered in Ecuador and Peru. This book describes how they found family appropriate volunteer projects and [...]
 
California Wine (Crimson Romance) by Casey Dawes
Single mother Elizabeth Ladina is done with men. From her father on down, all they want to do is control her life. Deciding to take her life into her own hands, she ends her five-year relationship and goes to Italy to visit Liguria, her family's original home and rediscover the thrill of being on her own. A visit to an upscale skin care boutique in Italy inspires her. Dreaming she could create an upscale lotion line that is [...]
 
The Pebble Champion by A. D. Pritchard
Haunted by the death of his mother and the loss of a childhood friendship, 15-year-old Chris moves to the Isle of Wight to begin a new life with his estranged father. There, alone on the beach, he deals with his grief and guilt by entering an imagined world where he competes to become The Pebble Champion, skimming stones farther than anyone else across the surface of the sea. With each pebble thrown, and with each new [...]
 
Weekend in Weighton by Terry Murphy
First-time private investigator Eddie Greene is having a bad weekend. It's about to get worse ... When he finds the slab-cold body of his first client, he knows something's up - he only spoke to her fifteen minutes earlier. Free-wheeling, swash-buckling, trash-talking Eddie is not just out of place in a humdrum northern town. He's out of his depth on his first case, out of funds from a now deceased client and out of favour [...]
 
French Quarter Knights by Jacob Campbell
After winning millions in a settlement from the church, Thaddeus "Tadpole" Merton has learned to hide things from others -- his money, his epilepsy, and his feelings. Now, he searches for love, acceptance, and sexual liberation in 1983 New Orleans. Leaving behind a reluctant master in Linden and exploring a new lover in Sandy, Tadpole has adventures into a sensual drug- and alcohol-rich world of gay bars, drag clubs, baths, [...]
 
Dancing in the Streets by Steven P. Unger
Now and then, you still can see the tattered remains of a bumper sticker exclaiming: "If you remember the '60s, you weren't there!" But Steven P. Unger is an exception to the rule-he took notes. As a result, his novel Dancing in the Streets is replete with unforgotten and unforgettable images of events and scenes that have long been lost in a smoke-filled haze. From the Merry Pranksters' Wavy Gravy teaching breathing lessons [...]
 
The Tower by Shirley McLain
Kidnapped from outside her home in Tulsa Oklahoma, Samantha Jensen, finds herself without memory in "The Tower". Sam's twin brother Allan, operates a company, IDEA (International Diagnostic environmental Agency) with whom Sam has worked for the past six years. The company's personnel of scientists and doctors travel the globe providing needed consultation and investigations into anything that affect the environment. Allan [...]
 
The Lost Baggage of Silvia Guzmán by Mike Robbins
When Silvia's country falls apart after a coup, she flees to London. Picked up by the police, she is dumped for weeks in a bed-and-breakfast with a crazy landlady, then rescued by cold intellectuals. She finds she is a nuisance to one side and a cause to the other, with no dreams, family or opinions of her own. Until she meets another, earlier, refugee; and then she has a surprise for everyone. The Lost Baggage of Silvia [...]
 

Books:  

  




Home | Contact | Legal Notice | Impressum Book Promotion | Do you like askDavid.com? | Boost Your Karma

As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.