A.B. Thomas was born, raised and continues to live in the province of Alberta, Canada. Despite his best efforts in becoming a true artist wallowing in self despair and seething self hatred, he is continually undone by his inability to stop shaking his tail feather when Boogie Wonderland by Earth, Wind and Fire comes on in his music rotation. His philosophy in writing and life in general is the chili dog principle which states that no matter how much you try to be prim and proper there will always be stuff falling out making your pants a mess that you will not notice until others point it out.
Be mortal or god, the quest for power and the willingness to destroy all that stands in its way is a strong pull to resist. For humanity the threat of death can bear heavy upon decisions made, however when one is a god incapable of dying? Not so much. In an effort to keep the warring factions of gods from spreading their influence on humanity which would lead to the destruction of both the Heavens and Earth, The Department of Justice for Mythological Entities was created to ensure there would not be any supernatural interference in humanity. Kuan-Ti, head of the department, chose to recruit a mortal bounty hunter. The god found his hunter, a man called Jared Club. Club, who can accept the existence of an entity without the inclination to question its validity, though there are contradictory factors involved—a person who has given up on his own humanity to the same degree that society has. Jared is a man who believes that in finding solutions, two heads are better than one—with both heads belonging to the same person, and that does not think that opportunity only knocks once—he prefers to think that opportunity has two knockers.
From the snow-laden woods of Northern Alberta to the sand laden desert of Egypt, Bounty hunter for the Gods, Jared Club travels to stop the rise of an ancient power from taking his place as the Truth. Will Jared stop a chain reaction that will lead to the implosion of humanity? Or will he have mythed his mummy...by that much?