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Streetfight Chicks 2

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by: Rick Suttle
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Publication Date: April 29, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 126
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
"Streetfight Chicks 2" is a collection of three novelettes and the sequel to "Street Fight Chicks."

Coyote Ugly Rejection:
A woman is angry that she didn't make as a "Coyote Ugly" girl in Nashville. When she gets lost on the way home, the pickup rams her car on a deserted street. She soon finds herself up against a huge, demented girl who hunts her down after she runs away.

Rogue Cheerleader:
A Dallas rodeo cowgirl calls the front desk of a hotel to complain about some noisy cheerleaders next door. In revenge, one of them shows up at the woman's door around midnight, forces her into the woods with a knife and the two fight it out near a culvert.

Big Bertha Brotz:
A gigantic girl loses the state shot put championship title for her high school. When three women run into her truck after drinking and country line-dancing, she destroys two of them and chases a third into an expansive cornfield. The brutal and bloody battle that ensues leaves only one survivor.
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About The Author
Rick Suttle is a writer known for the novels, "Hauntings at Black Shadow Ridge," "Ghosts at Drayson Schoolhouse," "Hell Year" and "Bullies of Madison High." He also wrote and published the extremely popular, "Streetfight Chicks." He's penned more than 5,000 business and health articles for various print publications and online sites, including The Houston Chronicle, GlobalPost, Livestrong, ehow and the Women's Nest. Rick is a graduate of Miami (Oxford, Ohio) and California Coast Universities, where he earned a bachelor's and master's degree in business and marketing. In 2016, he appeared as a Chicago post office attendant in "Carol," the movie starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. He currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.