Hack is a novel of terrifying, savage beauty…NOT! It’s a playful, feel-good love romp that chronicles the life of Henry Griffin, a plein-air painter that sadly attempts to take his own life because of unrequited love for the majestic childhood sweetheart Hadley Scofield, but instead of dying he is miraculously transformed into a Harley-riding, tequila guzzling caballero of great renown. He returns to burgle his love from the greedy, flatulent impresario Razor Rick Morgan, and in so doing becomes intertwined in a web of most dishonorable conduct with a crippled WWF dropout and a mythical one-armed Vietnam vet. There hasn’t been a novel so fundamentally twisted and profoundly hilarious since the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. And that’s a long time.