And what a long, strange journey it has been.
Since their first caper Hair Trigger appeared, readers have been asking, begging — even offering to bear my children — if I would just bring these two lovable psychopaths back for another adventure.
This time, Detroit isn’t cruel enough to contain them.  Double Tap takes Rip and Wilma all over the map — from the Swiss Alps to a maximum security prison, and from the deep woods of Michigan to the lip of Niagara Falls.  Finally, they end up in Charleston, South Carolina, in the center of a massive hurricane.
Believe it or not, the villains along the way are even more vile and colorful — sadistic prison guards, Mafia kingpins, inept biker gangs, and especially a billionaire former reality show host who has his sights set on the whole world.  Sound like anyone we know?
I’m pleased to see that advance orders have been great.  But if you’re one of those people who like to tempt fate, or Rip and Wilma’s wrath, and have not ordered your copy yet, you can get Double Tap through one of the following links:  eBook from Amazon Canada, Amazon U.S., Indigo (Kobo Canada), Kobo (U.S.), and Trade Paperback from Amazon.

Double Tap Hits Bookstores on May 17  

Get ready for more Motor City mayhem as Detroit’s most outrageous contract killers return for another nasty and hilarious caper.
Double Tap takes Rip and Wilma from Motown to the Swiss Alps, and from a maximum security prison into the eye of a raging hurricane.  Along the way they have to dodge badass bikers, crooked cops, killer lumberjacks, satanic cults, and horny rhinos.
The eBook version of Double Tap is available for pre-order now at Amazon Canada, Amazon U.S.,  Indigo (Kobo Canada), and Kobo (U.S.).  Buy your copy today and it will automatically be shipped on May 17th.   The print version of Double Tap will also be available on May 17th at Amazon.ca, and can be purchased now through Amazon.com.

For anyone who missed it, watch the video of my reading at the Burlington Library on April 26th. 

At the last moment, and for purely commercial reasons, I decided not to read from the new book Double Tap, but from Dark Sunset instead. 

Please forgive the unsteady camera work. A leg fell off my tripod just minutes before the panel was to start.