“One-Night Stan’s” Free for the Next 3 Days

One-Night Stan’s isn’t just the dirtiest, most offensive and disgusting, sex-and-sleaze-filled story I’ve ever written, it’s also my favorite. I’m ridiculously proud of this book. I think it’s a hell of a lot of fun and I’m surprised I was able to write something I enjoy this much because I’m pretty damn critical of my own work.

I want this book to find its audience. I want the word of mouth to spread, so for the next three days (June 12-14), I’m making it 100% free from Amazon. Please download it, please read it, and please share this post to help me get it to as many readers as possible. If your mind is dark, disturbed, and fucked up, you’ll have a good time. If you’re offended I just used the word “fuck,” you’ll want to stay the fuck away from this book.

Here’s the official plot description:

Welcome to Scud City, the worst town in America.

The kind of town where when a suitcase packed with money goes missing, college dimwits, punk rockers, a crooked FBI agent, a serial killer, a stripper addicted to torturing men, an un-killable Russian, and a nightclub owner who thinks he’s Frank Sinatra all find themselves in a twisted web of sex, murder, and drugs in pursuit of a nest egg none of them deserve.

And welcome to One-Night Stan’s, the worst strip club in Scud City. Where the floors are linoleum, the air is cigarette smoke, and the night ain’t over till somebody’s a corpse.

Kicking off at sunset and ending at sunrise, One-Night Stan’s is brutal anarchic fun packed with savage violence, anonymous sex, and all those other things nice people don’t laugh at.

And here is what readers are saying:

“A story meant to be read and re-read…[Greg Sisco’s] words are better than alcohol, drugs, and great sex combined.”

“The author’s gifts are two-part: he really mines the comedy from this cast of incredibly vile characters and he also creates a terrific, page-turning story, rich in lowlife atmosphere.”

“A fast paced, gritty, hard hitting, roller coaster ride!”

“I do not want to tell my parents or my grandchildren that I read this book. I especially do not want them to know how much I enjoyed it.”

If you’re thinking of giving one of my books a try, pick this one. Not just because it’s free, but because if you only read one of my books, I’d prefer you pick this one. It needs more readers. So please help me spread the word. I appreciate each “share” more than you know.

Thanks, everybody!

One-Night Stan’s is temporarily available for free at the following links:

United States: HERE
United Kingdom: HERE

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