True crime that's even more twisted than Tiger King.
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In this darkly funny coming-of-age novel based on true events, Oliver, a hacker living in Germany, meets Donna online. She's an American girl living in New York. After chatting and talking on the phone for months, he finally decides to surprise her with a visit. But he soon finds out that things are not what they appeared to be, and that this visit will change his life forever.
"A must read. One of those rare books that sucks you in from the first to the last page."
★★★★★ - Amazon Review
"This generation's version of Catcher in the Rye. I kid you not. It's that good."
★★★★★ - Ray Simmons, Readers' Favorite
Bad Choices Make Good Stories - The Heroin Scene in Fort Myers
A shocking glimpse into the crazy lives of drug addicted prostitutes. You'll never look at heroin addicts the same way again.
Oliver moves from New York to Florida. Battling with depression, he gets sucked into the seedy underworld of Fort Myers, where he encounters a number of female drug addicts. He empathizes with them because of his own traumatic past. Oliver feels compelled to try to help them escape the addict lifestyle, but learns the hard way that he is in way over his head.
"A truly fascinating and unexpected look at the darker side of addiction."
★★★★★ - A. Allyson, Goodreads
Bad Choices Make Good Stories - Finding Happiness in Los Angeles
If you're a fan of John Oliver, Bill Maher, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah or Seth Meyers, you'll love this book.
After writing a book about his bizarre adventures in America's underbelly, Oliver finally finds love among his readers on Goodreads.
"I think it will become a standard for people who are dealing with loved ones dealing with addictions."
★★★★★ - Amazon Review
Malloy began his writing career in the early 1990s, as editor-in-chief of a computer magazine with a monthly circulation of over 500,000, which was distributed by Germany's largest publishing house. After moving to New York, he was the art director for a newspaper in Manhattan, and later the production manager for a newspaper in Brooklyn, before he began self-publishing his cartoons online in May 2000. He has never had another 9-5 job since.
His bestselling trilogy, Bad Choices Make Good Stories, has been downloaded over 100,000 times on Amazon, Apple Books, Google Books, Nook, and Kobo.