Welcome to another journey into the dark, dysfunctional underbelly of New Mexico. Our reluctant hero navigates his way through new towns and clients, facing multiple near-death experiences as he fights for the rights of the guilty and absurdly stupid.Along the way, you will encounter steroid-enhanced hillbillies, b***h-slapping cross-dressers, and gun-toting Nazis, all out on a binge. Moronic drug dealers, drunken strippers dancing under a full moon, and a gun-filled Mexican standoff at McDonalds will have you cancelling your plans to visit New Mexico immediately.Dashing through the heroin dens of Espanola, you sneer at nouveau riche tourists in Santa Fe before flying to Roswell and learning the truth behind the Alien spacecraft crash of 1947.Expensive Janitor: Deeper Clean brings back some of your favorite characters; Abdul the Pakistani repo guy and Phoebe, the office manager who is always packing heat, while introducing new characters whose lives are so messed up, you won’t believe it until you read it.
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Hailing from suburban Chicago, David Pauly attended the same high school where they filmed the 80’s classics, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, 16 Candles, and the Breakfast Club. College at UW-Madison was awesome, and after law school, David relocated to sunny New Mexico. Practicing in the Land of Enchantment, David loved the Turquoise skies and spicy food, but was always drawn back to his childhood refuge of Fantasy Fiction.Voraciously reading Fantasy and Sci/Fi books like Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia, and Dune, David always wondered what would have happened after these stories ended. So, one snowy night he let his imagination run free and began typing a few sentences of what would eventually become an epic fantasy novel. Ten years later after countless re-writes and edits, begging family and friends to re-read it all, David published his first novel, The Fourth Age Shadow Wars. Currently busy with his law practice, and precocious 5 year old, David writes the sequel to Shadow Wars, Dark Shaman when he has time. Dreaming of having more time to write and cook, David soon hopes to put away his legal shingle for good, never having to answer the most frequent question asked by his clients “Am I going to Jail again?” with the response, “Yes, yes you are.”