Bohemian Catastrophe: Stuck on a roller coaster caught in a landslide
Bohemian Catastrophe is a cross between The Amazing Race and Fear Factor. Think Gilmore Girls meets Die Hard on a treasure hunt across America with Physical Challenges like Survivor - only more dangerous - and funny because it's Bree MacGowan. The only people Bree likes better than her dogs are her brothers, so when kid brother Lock calls in a favor, Bree is all over that. Except things get complicated. Who would want to steal a huppah from the back of her pick up? And why hold her dog hostage? And most importantly, will Special Agent Richard Hambecker be able to keep a handle on the situation?
Finding the answers takes Bree, Hambecker and Special Agent Marshall Moore across and even out of the country on a treasure hunt of epic proportions. Kate George says, "I drew on my background as both a backwoods Vermonter and, in a previous life, a California girl, and combined that with my love of caper comedies and mysteries. So you get maple syrup and murder, dogs and drugs, Sex and scandal, pizza and pratfalls, mixed up with mirth and mayhem."
Kate George is the author of the award winning novel Moonlighting in Vermont and it's sequel California Schemin'. Raised in California, she currently lives in Vermont with her husband, four children and two dogs.
Heck, I run over curbs in my RAV4. I'd cut Bree some slack for taking a couple in a parking lot. It's not like she hit the gray sedan.
Pulling into the Home Depot parking lot, I jumped two curbs, first during the right turn and then over the island on the left turn. I nearly t-boned a gray sedan with New York plates that whipped in front of me, cutting me off. I cursed under my breath but refrained from honking. You just never knew what was going on in city people’s heads, I thought.