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The first OC book The Outsider postage paid and mailed by Sept. 10th, 2004
All those that entered the raffle in the USA as stated in the rules will receive a copy. Their was not a huge interest so all those that entered get a free copy.


How to Enter

  • Only one entry per email address
  • Send a email with the subject line BOOK RAFFLE
  • to
  • Please include your mail address for United States
    regular postal service
  • All email must be received by August 30th and a ALL WILL BE MAILED A COPY IN THE USA I am not listing indiviuale names but if in doubt email me. Books should be mailed by Sept. 10th
  • Only one book will be rewarded to the same street address
  • Only able to send the books within the United States

  • The emails received will be printed out and put in a big box and a third party will select the 50 winners. If the same street address is pulled and that person has already won one of the free copies then the third party will select another entry.

  • The only thing I ask is once you read your free copy go to any online websites that sell the book and write a short review of what you thought of the book and thank the publisher for your free copy. Good Luck to all!

Fifty-three miles from the beaches of the Pacific, the sun had set on the dark streets of Chino. In the heart of the city, Larch Street was the darkest of them all. Of the ten streetlights on the block, five flickered on and off, and three were out completely.

This part of Chino was always hazy, never really bright and never really dark. On the sunniest of days, the streets were clouded with exhaust sputtering from beat-up cars and the lawns were filled with discarded furniture. Even the California sun couldn’t make it bright. But nothing could make it dark either. The nights were flanked by police helicopters hovering with searchlights overhead, and the wail of sirens and the flashers on police cars cast too much light on the dusty homes. Life in Chino was plain and far from extraordinary. In a county of orange, Chino was gray.