John Kraft

Biography

John A. Kraft is a writer living and writing in Terre Haute, Indiana. He moved to the Midwest after 25 years in California where he worked as an actor, comedian, voice-over actor, as well as a writer.

Once he was asked, "What kind of things do you write?" he replied, "Whatever they'll pay me for." Of course, we all know that the kind of writing that pays the best is ransom notes, but that tends to lead to short careers and run-on sentences of the penal variety.

He has written, and gotten paid for, fiction, nonfiction, textbooks, online website material, and jokes for comedians. This novel is a short story that just got out of hand.

Now he is living at a slower, more human pace in Indiana - one of the sanest places he has ever known. You should try it sometime. Ask someone to get you some Square Donuts.

His wife, Dawn, is the Pastor at the First Congregational Church of Terre Haute and does her best to keep him from embarrassing himself in public.

Where to find John Kraft online


Videos

...And Pull The Hole In After You
When a woman, born and raised inside the Mob, decides that she wants out - out of her marriage and out of the world of the Mob - she has to take desperate measures. Fleeing from her violently abusive husband, and taking with her every penny he has stashed, she uses her wits, and all the tricks she has learned as a child of the Mob, just in order to survive.

Books

...And Pull The Hole In After You
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 88,000. Language: American English. Published: August 25, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
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When a woman, born and raised inside the Mob, decides that she wants out - out of her marriage and out of the world of the Mob - she has to take desperate measures. Fleeing from her violently abusive husband, and taking with her every penny he has stashed, she uses her wits, and all the tricks she has learned as a child of the Mob, just in order to survive.

John Kraft’s tag cloud

crime    escape    fiction    heroine    mafia    mob    police    thriller    violence   

Smashwords book reviews by John Kraft

  • Vatican Knights on Sep. 10, 2012
    (no rating)
    A scary, and quite plausible, premise and great characters make this one of the best "thrillers" I've read in quite a while. I think this would make one heck of a good movie. I give this novel 5 stars out of 5.