Best Served Cold

Bob Schoonover

A dish of corporate greed served with a side of revenge.

About The Author

Bob Schoonover

Bob Schoonover

Bob Schoonover is a Navy brat, with a Navy pilot father and Navy WAVE mother. He moved frequently as a child until his father retired and settled in Chico, California in the ’60s.

After high school in Chico and attending Occidental College, Bob began his own career in the Navy as a Naval Flight Officer trained for P-3 Orion patrol planes (a land-based aircraft conducting anti-submarine warfare missions and search and rescue). He served at permanent duty stations in Hawaii and San Diego with deployments to the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean. Bob met and married his wife, also a Navy officer, in Hawaii.

After Bob retired, he followed his wife during the remainder of her career to assignments leading to Newport, Rhode Island where they reside with three cats. During his post-Navy career, Bob has been a house husband to their only child since her age of seven, substitute high school teacher, and a high school track and cross-country coach.

Bob is an accomplished watercolor artist and copper wire sculptor of wildlife. He has been a scribbler his whole life and is now writing fiction as a vocation.

7 reviews for Best Served Cold

  1. J Dark

    “This story does a good job of investing in the background and in the characters. A very fun story to read.”

    J Dark, author of Best Intentions

  2. L. A. Jacob

    “Definitely worth the ride. It will make you wonder about companies and their priorities.”

    L. A. Jacob, author of Grimaulkin

  3. Vanessa MacLaren-Wray

    “This tightly-wound drama serves up the vile taste of the profits-are-all motive lurking in the depths of American capitalism, with a bitter chaser to remind you: Beware the anger of a patient man.”

    Vanessa MacLaren-Wray, author of All That Was Asked

  4. Steven Radecki

    “An evocative and chilling tale of a man pushed too far by the uncaring greed of the corporation he works for. It makes you wonder: How far would you go?”

    Steven Radecki, author of Building Baby Brother

  5. Steve Soult

    “A bone-chilling tale about the greed of corporate executives, their bad judgement and callused decisions, that ends with a horrifying conclusion that makes you question whether the end justifies the means.”

    Steve Soult, author of Reduction in Force

  6. Ryan Southwick

    “A personal and deeply provocative tale that encapsulates in science fiction what corporations could do today — and the extreme to which an individual might need to go to seek justice. A captivating read from start to finish.”
    Ryan Southwick, author of Angels in the Mist

  7. Nancy Wood

    “Well-constructed, imaginative, and, quite frankly, terrifying. It is, truly, a corporate horror story. I read it, caught up in the plot, ‘savoring’ every passage, from the outstanding title to the last word.”

    Nancy Wood, author of Due Date

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