Andy is an incredibly well-rounded writer. His book, "Riding Shotgun and Other American Cruelties", is my personal favorite of all our titles.
RIDING SHOTGUN AND OTHER AMERICAN CRUELTIES
A novel by Andy Rausch
A unique collection of quirky, Tarantinoesque crime novellas. In the first story, "Easy-Peezy," a band of elderly Old West bank robbers return to their wicked ways in the 1930s John Dillinger era. The second story, "Riding Shotgun," is a bitter tale about a man forced to take up arms to protect those he loves. The third tale, "$crilla," is an urban crime fantasy in which a fledgling hip-hop group kidnaps a record mogul in the hopes of making the kind of loot they've dreamed of.
"Andy Rausch has written a tight, taut crime thriller that'll have you on the edge of your seat. I can see my father's [novelist Elmore Leonard] influence in his prose."
-- Peter Leonard, novelist, Voices of the Dead
Andy Rausch is an American film journalist, author, screenwriter, film producer, and actor.
He is the author of several novels and novellas including Elvis Presley, CIA Assassin. He also wrote the screenplay for Dahmer versus Gacy and is the author of some twenty non-fiction books on popular culture.
Books: Riding Shotgun