Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Eileen Shuh - Brutal Bikers

Katrina is thirteen, an orphan, grieving and alone. But she is more than that. She’s intelligent, beautiful, wealthy, and intrigued by the dangers of street life.

Shrug’s a giant of a man with a voice of thunder and eyes of granite. He has tattoos, a leather jacket with The Traz gang patch, and a motorbike. When he asks Katrina if she wants a ride, she makes a decision that will change her life forever...

Pepper, Shrug, Zed, Stack and Gator…
The Traz gang villains.

Brutal bikers. Drug dealers, arms dealers, murders. Their motives, their personalities, their lives—as different as their names. What do they want and why and just how far will they go to get it? With their bikes, their brotherhood, and their money comes power and with that power comes fear, rivalry, and betrayal.

The Traz bad boys strut their stuff, rev their Harley’s, proudly wear the orange patch—and watch their backs, knowing that those on both sides of the law are after them.

To youth at risk, The Traz offers an irresistible chance to belong, to share enormous power, to snub the communities that have rejected and neglected them. The gang promises to be the family for which they long. The Traz is enticing, intriguing, beguiling. It is speeding along pavement with just inches of air between biker and death. It is being vulnerable and powerful all at once.

To the adult gangsters who always need mules and street slaves, and sometimes even the odd murder, who like to have something between them and their deeds, someone to hide behind—to these adult gangsters, such eager youngsters are a dream come true.

Evil protagonists— Pepper, Shrug, Zed, Stack and Gator—there’s none worse than these.

See them in action and wish them the worst.

THE TRAZ coming in May 2011 as an eBook on Amazon and Smashwords.

Eileen Schuh lives with her husband in the remote northern boreal forests of Alberta, Canada. Drawing inspiration from the wilderness, she creates entire universes populated with fascinating characters doing intriguing things.

Schuh recently retired from a life of careers that varied from nurse to journalist to editor to business woman.  She remains active in her adopted community of St. Paul and basks in the love and loyalty of an entire flotilla of family, friends and fans—virtual, imaginary, and real ones.

She invites you to visit her online:

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  1. All the best for your exciting ride into publication, Eileen! Lay down a strip of rubber on that Alberta highway!