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Ken Carman
08-19-2013, 07:37 AM
For those who might be interested my E-book is available: next year, hopefully, hard copy. The year is 2020: but this is alternative history. Studebaker survived but others didn't. Note: while Stude historical figures do play a part in this novel, it is also a comedy too, so some liberties had to be taken. For Studebaker to survive its darkest time: the 50s to the 60s, well: let's just say I think you'll find my solution interesting.

In September I will make my PDF version available for free to those who have bought: tons of pictures. I had to do it this way because getting the rights to use them in the E-book format proved problematic: folks not knowing where they got the picture themselves or just not responding. But for free: with credit to the source and link... problem solved.

This is also a murder mystery and HOW Stude survived plays into the crime, as our VERY annoying in a worse than Monk/House fashion uncovers in pursuit of a vary strange perp you committed an odd crime in a paint shop where they recondition paint jobs on historical Studes.

Here are two places you can either buy, or just find out more, plus a FB page. The Facebook has a link to a free PC E-book reader if you don't have a Kindle or whatever...




Facebook Page...



08-19-2013, 11:31 AM
Sounds really interesting but I'm not sure you'll hit the "zillion zombie" mark. Here is the English link for Amazon, I couldn't figure out the French one.


Chris Pile
08-19-2013, 12:09 PM
Guess I'll have to wait for the print version to write a book review.

Ken Carman
08-20-2013, 05:50 AM
Guess I'll have to wait for the print version to write a book review.

Should be next year. There is a free, downloadable, PC book reader: a little tricky to use, but once to get the drift... not bad at all. BTW, if anyone has a better one PLEASE feel free to suggest.


Ken Carman
09-11-2013, 08:24 AM
Before you read the following, please remember that two of the chapters, sampled, had to set up why the history of the automobile industry was different and how: all told by pictures in a reception room. But for those seeking a bigger sample of Autocide before you buy, here it is... http://www.scribd.com/doc/159983665/Autocide