Octopuses, and cephalopods in general, are incredible creatures. You want something that lives and breathes on Earth, but looks like it could easily have come from the fourth planet of the Binary system of Xerebon, then look no further than your humble eight legged spud.
They’ve got blue blood and three hearts. They’ve got incredible eyes and a distributed brain. They can squish themselves into the tiniest of spaces. They’re poisonous. They’ve got camouflage. They’ve got a beak, a drill and a rasp tongue.
Most of all, they’re smart.
What’s the cleverest critter under the waves? An octopus! It should come as no surprise, then, that the characters in Tedrick Gritswell of Borobo Reef are all cephalopods. It’s a detective novel, with a missing VIP and a gorgeous dame and a villain or two thrown in the mix. There are wise-guys who get the better of Tedrick, and hoochies who aren’t what they seem, big bosses and ferocious eels.
No swear words in here, but the rating is probably still PG considering some of the adult topics. I had a lot of fun writing this book. I want you to have a lot of fun reading it.
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