J. Kiger is an avid reader and often writer who bides his time writing less fun things for money instead of following his dreams like his younger self thought he would. Interested in the gray area between right and wrong, his work often digs deep in the trenches of how that gray area manifests itself for the everyday person. This is the first of many novels to come. He can guarantee that.
Bob, who may or may not be the Devil, drives around Cincinnati, Ohio in his 1978 Olds Toronado convincing good people to do terrible things to terrible people. Irreverent by nature and referential by habit, Bob knows that the truly good can still be saved and are thus his tools for taking the damned to Hell.