Harry

Harry

by Tim Wohlforth
     
 

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A rusted, dented, dirty-white Toyota passes under a streetlight in a small town in Southern Oregon. A hulk of a man exits, leans on a cane and walks crab-like down the sidewalk toward Ted Whitaker. It's Harry, his best friend in the Sixties, a man Whitaker hasn't seen in thirty years. What does he want from him? For surely this meeting has a purpose. Whitaker soon… See more details below

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A rusted, dented, dirty-white Toyota passes under a streetlight in a small town in Southern Oregon. A hulk of a man exits, leans on a cane and walks crab-like down the sidewalk toward Ted Whitaker. It's Harry, his best friend in the Sixties, a man Whitaker hasn't seen in thirty years. What does he want from him? For surely this meeting has a purpose. Whitaker soon discovers that Harry, once an extreme radical, has become an eco-anarchist and terrorist. He seeks to recruit Whitaker to join his plot to release a virulent form of smallpox with no known antidote.

A 2011 EPIC Ebook Award Finalist!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781603137928
Publisher:
Whiskey Creek Press
Publication date:
05/15/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

contemporary noir novel, No Time To Mourn, was published in 2004. Tim Wohlforth has had published over seventy-five short stories, appearing in Hardcore Hardboiled (Kensington), MWA’s Death Do Us Part, (Little Brown), Plots With Guns (Dennis McMillan.) Two of his stories have made the “Distinguished Mystery Stories” list in Otto Penzler’s Best American Mystery series. He is a Pushcart Prize Nominee and has received a Certificate of Excellence from the Dana Literary Society. He co-authored the non-fiction book, On The Edge: Political Cults Right and Left, published by M.E. Sharpe. His suspense thriller Harry was a 2011 EPIC Ebook Award Finalist.

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