Ron Felber is a graduate of Georgetown University and Loyola University Chicago, where he earned his master’s degree. His writing career began with articles for True Detective Magazine and he went on to author several books including Barricade’s A Man of Indeterminate Value, (the first in the Jack Madson trilogy) and Il Dottore: Double Life of a Mafia Doctor, which was the inspiration for a TV series. Mr. Felber lives in Mendham, N.J.
The Kafka Societyby Ron Felber
After a night of clubbing, Jack has no memory of how stripper, Amber Starr got into his bed. Great sex doesn’t make up for the discovery of a severed head in the trunk of his Mustang convertible. Is Madson a murderer? Before that question can be
THE KAFKA SOCIETY by Ron Felber finds Jack Madson, (A MAN OF INDETERMINATE VALUE), on another adventure.
After a night of clubbing, Jack has no memory of how stripper, Amber Starr got into his bed. Great sex doesn’t make up for the discovery of a severed head in the trunk of his Mustang convertible. Is Madson a murderer? Before that question can be answered he finds himself helping old high school nemesis, Tom Dougherty, FBI’s head of East Coast Operations, to get disentangled from a blackmail scam set up by porn queen Havana Spice. Reluctantly, Madson agrees and it's through Havana that the mask is lifted from Dougherty to expose him as head of a criminal organization that specializes in the most monstrous of enterprises: global human trafficking, run from the underground tunnels beneath New York City, directed by a coterie of intellectual thugs known as the Kafka Society. Once again, the reader follows Madson through a wealth of evil and exotic pleasures before the exciting conclusion of this thrilling page turner.
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The Kafka Society is a fast paced story that puts Jack Madsen in the middle of a murder he can’t explain. What happens’ next forces Madsen into the fight of his life? This book takes you into the underbelly of Manhattan, with twists and turns you never see coming. If you read one book this summer, it has to be “The Kafka Society”!
Ron Felber has another winner with The Kafka Society! Continuing where he left off with "A Man of Indeterminate Value", this second novel about Jack Madson, an everyman's hero, grabs the reader quickly and keeps you wanting to know what is going to happen next in a plot filled with twists, turns, and gritty realism. If you enjoy complex plots with a variety of sordid characters, sexual escapades, and a "fractured" hero, this book's for you. It is a rare read that you won't want to put down once started. Thoroughly enjoyable!