We are proud to introduce Gustaf Berger and the release of his new novel, DEATH POSTPONED.
About the book--
On the morning of 9/11, Ted misses his appointment at the World Trade Center to shack-up with his girlfriend du jour. When he calls his business partner to let him know he’s still alive, he reminds him of their five million dollar partners insurance, suggests Ted “stay dead” and “What do we do with the girl?”
Jordan was just 17 when her fireman father perished in the conflagration of 9/11. Fourteen years later, while interviewing a gangster in prison, she learns of two guys who scammed millions from the tragedy and sets out with singular passion to expose them.
This is a story of desperation, duplicity, love, and sacrifice that travels from the ashes of Ground Zero through horse country New Jersey and the deserts of New Mexico to the beaches and casinos of the Bahamas – a journey full of self-discovery, danger, and death – postponed?
About the author---
Gustaf Berger lives in Boston and is proud of his cynical New York sensibility. A lifelong storyteller, he began writing fiction in 2008 after closing his mail order business. He travels extensively, so far visiting all seven continents, 46 countries, and 35 states.
He began writing eight years ago after his business went south during the recession. He’s never been happier. Six of his short stories have been published by literary journals. Death Postponed, which he worked on for five years is his first published novel. He looks forward to writing until he becomes physically unable to tap those keys.