Former players and staff hated Coach Ronald Satan as a football coach but loved the fact that they won a national championship. It is the 30th anniversary of Alabama Tech's first of many titles. As the old players reunite to share memories, they are confronted by their former abusive coach. The ceremony turns to tragedy when that night, Satan is found killed in his old office. When Detective Oaks, a former player discovers that evidence points toward a former player and friend, he begins to pursue the killer, not knowing what secrets it will uncover about Coach Satan and the entire school.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
As a crazy fanatic of movies from the 80s and 90s, and an obsession for Old School Hip Hop, Carlin Hertz was brainwashed into writing by his mother at the age of seven. Under her spell, he was forced to go to the library every week, check out a book, and write a book report on it. The DMV native has been a freelance writer and embellished storyteller for the past 20 years. For the past year, he has dabbled in spoken word poetry and has performed at open mics throughout the D.C. area. He was first published at the age of 22 and has published several short stories in various genres. A father of three amazing young men, Carlin Hertz, is passionate about Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, insanely hard cardio, and cooking.