A Dinosaur Is A Man's Best Friend (A Serialized Novel) | Part One: "Radio Free Montana" - Wayne Kyle Spitzer - ebook

She didn’t respond right away but only continued to stroke Ank, who’s stony texture seemed to fascinate her endlessly. At length she said, “Okay,” and turned one of its dials, and the room was immediately filled with the slightly raspy voice of a woman, who continued, “… if you’re heading our way through Shadow Canyon, following that beautiful river, perhaps, be advised there’s a pair of allosaurs operating in that area we call Lenny and Squiggy, and stay alert. And while we’d prefer you didn’t kill them if in fact you are armed, we wouldn’t recommend you get too friendly with them either. Once again this is Radio Free Montana, nestled just south of Paradise at Barley’s Hot Springs Resort, where we’ve got power, lights, food, and about three-hundred survivors who’d love nothing more than to meet you. But be advised as always: if you’re a marauder or a carpetbagger, you won’t like what we’ve prepared for you. So take a little advice from Bella Ray and don’t even try it. And on that it’s another round of AC/DC … for those struggling to get here even now, we salute you!”

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A Dinosaur is a Man’s Best Friend


Wayne Kyle Spitzer


A new novel set in the Flashback universe

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A Dinosaur Is A Man's Best Friend: "Radio Free Montana" (A Dinosaur Is A Man's Best Friend (A Serialized Novel), #1)


Copyright © 2018 Wayne Kyle Spitzer. All Rights Reserved. Published by Hobb’s End Books, a division of ACME Sprockets & Visions. Cover design Copyright © 2018 Wayne Kyle Spitzer. Please direct all inquiries to: HobbsEndBooks@yahoo.com

Based upon “Flashback,” first published by Books in Motion/Classic Ventures, 1993. Reprinted by Hobb’s End Books, 2017.

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<The abandoned drive-in, we’ll hide there. Move your ass, Will. They’re right behind us.>

Williams gazed down the long, overgrown slope at what had once been the East Mirabeau Drive-in Theater. “That’s a pretty steep decline, Ank. You sure you can handle it?”

He was doing it again. Responding to the imaginary voice.

The armored dinosaur examined the slope, flies buzzing about his eyes. <The gear on my back might slow me, but I can do it. Just don’t walk in front of me, in case I lose my footing. Hurry ... we’re sitting ducks out here in the open.>