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Red Dog Press Presents: Say Goodbye When I’m Gone by Stephen J. Golds #CoverReveal @SteveGone58 @RedDogTweets

I could not be more excited to share my first Red Dog cover reveal today!

First things first…

The Synopsis

1949: Rudy, A Jewish New Yorker snatches a briefcase of cash from a dead man in Los Angeles and runs away from his old life, into the arms of the Boston mob.
 
1966: Hinako, a young Japanese girl runs away from what she thought was the suffocating conformity of a life in Japan. Aiming to make a fresh start in America, she falls into the grip of a Hawaiian gang dubbed ‘The Company’.
 
1967: Rudy and Hinako’s lives collide in the city of Honolulu, where there is nowhere left for either of them to run, and only blood to redeem them.
 

I love the setting, I am intrigued by the characters, and I can’t wait to jump back in time to live this gritty adventure!

The author

Stephen J. Golds was born in London, U.K, but has lived in Japan for most of his adult life. He enjoys spending time with his daughters, reading books, traveling, boxing and listening to old Soul LPs. His novel Say Goodbye When I’m Gone will be released by Red Dog Press in October 2020 and another novel Always the Dead will be released by Close to The Bone Press January 2021.

And now…

The time has come.

The cover must be revealed.

Are you ready?

I mean, really?

Because this cover is like no other!

Okay.

Let’s do this!

Seriously, it all objectivity, how AWESOME is this cover?

The novella (just over 100 pages!) is available for pre-order!

Click here to be sure to get your copy!

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