Cooper
Created by Robert J. Hoyden

If Robert Hoyden's stories about Seattle microbrew-quaffing process server COOPER have a ring of authenticity about them, there's a very good reason for it: Robert Hoyden is a microbrew-quaffing Seattle process server.

He's also a rookie writer. His first published story was published right here on this site, with a second one published just a few weeks later in The Mammoth Book of Legal Fiction.

Meanwhile, Robert runs his own process serving company based in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square district. His mottoes: "Never Met A Deadbeat I Didn't Like" & "You sue 'em, I serve 'em". His favorite watering hole is the Merchant's Cafe in Pioneer Square, which could be straight out of a Dashiell Hammett novel. Beer anyone?

SHORT STORIES

Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.


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