Harry F. Kane started reading at around age seven. At ten, he read The Lord of The Rings, Dune, and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy. At twelve, he read all then available Vonneguts, Orwells, and Bradburys. At thirteen, the headaches started. Now he’s thirty and causing other people’s headaches. You’re very welcome.
Harry F. Kane and his family-friendly alter ego Ted Keller are also the authors of: Autumn Magic Playground Sky; Brain Storm; The Bad Ass Bible; Planetfall on Albaid; Sound of Distant Oceans
Two men and a girl against the City—and the City fights dirty.
For longer than detective Cohran has been alive, meticulously clean bodies of girls have been found on the edge of town. Four bodies every year. One body for each season. The police have dropped even the pretence of looking for whoever is responsible. Too many officers have tried and died.
In a world where new crimes and new criminals appear daily, while the old ones go unpunished, where feverish fashion rules debased lifestyles, and an expired biosphere is kept going by artificial means, is friendship enough to save you? 95K novel