After 18 months under the thumb of a local cartel, Selena is ready for a change. Her self-destructive lifestyle and criminal enterprise have put strains on both her relationships and her health. But getting out won’t be easy. Selena’s operation is too lucrative to let go, and this is a business where the only way out is retirement with flowers and a hearse. When tough posturing turns into a pissing match, Selena escalates things to a war of attrition. With no escape in sight, Selena must destroy her most formidable enemy yet—herself.
Everglade is the fifth and final book in the Selena series.
Praise for the SELENA SERIES:
“Greg Barth cooked up something mean and served it up and I hope none of you choke on it because it’s mighty tasty.” —Eryk Pruitt, author of Hashtag and Dirtbags
“It’s like the wildest of the men’s adventure novels of the ’70s, updated for the new millennium. Definitely not for the faint of heart.” —Bill Crider
“Reminiscent of Larry Brown’s Fay, but less innocent and more violent, Selena combines fine writing and an indelible character to help fill the gap of female protagonists in the world of noir.” —Vicki Hendricks, author of Miami Purity
“Greg Barth writes with a knife-like edge…A fast, crazy read.” —Marietta Miles, author of Route 12
“Greg Barth writes a hell of a book. He steps on the gas and doesn’t let up for a second.” —Michael Finamore
“Mister Barth writes well—hard charging and fast paced.” —Tony Knighton, author of Three Hours Past Midnight
“This book had me turning pages and gritting my teeth…a total punch to the gut, and it hurts so good.” —S. W. Lauden, author of Crosswise
“Selena is a visceral pulp thriller that had me gripped from the outset.” —Tom Leins, of Dirty Books Blog
“This series is a literary legend in the making” —Will Viharo, author of Love Stories Are Too Violent For Me
“Selena is a tour de force of unapologetic sex and violence, not for the faint of heart but definitely for hardcore fans of fast paced, unrelenting pulp-noir in the fashion of nobody except Greg Barth.” —Shane D. Keene