W. Bruce Cameron


William Bruce Cameron is an American author, columnist, and humorist. Cameron is most famous for his novel A Dog's Purpose, which spent 19 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. The book is the basis for the movie version starring Dennis Quaid, Peggy Lipton, and Pooch Hall. A Dog's Purpose is followed by a sequel called A Dog's Journey, which Cameron, along with Cathryn Michon, adapted into a film of the same name. His books have been translated into over 60 languages.

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Repo Madness

Sequel to "The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man"

Ruddy McCann was once the most beloved man in town, a local football hero with an assured ticket to the NFL. Then something happened to change everything. Now he’s a lowly repo man in northern Michigan, a man with a voice in his head.

Is it Repo Madness, a supposed malady that afflicts people who steal cars for a living? Because this voice insists it is, in fact, a real person, with his own life history. He also expects Ruddy to solve some crimes-starting with a murder. This series presents one of the most unique characters and situations in fiction