Former NHL teammate Bobby Ehle hires Hayden Fuller to investigate the brutal murder of his ex-wife. Chances are Ehle, who has a history of domestic violence, may have done it. Fuller's investigation drops him into a world of domestic terrorism (a revolutionary group, N'oublie jamais, plans to ruin Expo 67), psychedelic drugs (Blue 27 and Red 45) that can drastically change people's personalities, and faux doctors with their hydrotherapy treatments and plastic surgery services. His quest takes an inner turn as Fuller confronts his own personal trauma and troubled past. On top of all this he reconnects with ex, Stana Younger. Together, can they solve one murder and prevent several more? A Fourth Face is the follow-up to Cheap Amusements, the debut Hayden Fuller Mystery.
|Publisher:||Twelve Winters Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.54(d)|
About the Author
Grant Tracey is an English professor at the University of Northern Iowa, where he teaches film and creative writing, and has been the fiction editor of the North American Review for over seventeen years. He has published nearly fifty short stories, four collections of fiction, and articles on Samuel Fuller and James Cagney. His collections are Final Stanzas, Lovers & Strangers, Parallel Lines and the Hockey Universe, and Playing Mac: A Novella in Two Acts, and Other Scenes. In 2016 he published his debut crime novel, Cheap Amusements, the first Hayden Fuller Mystery. Grant is editor of the Gas Station Pulp mystery series published by North American Review Press. Thrice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Grant was the recipient of an Iowa Regents Award for Faculty Excellence in 2013. In addition to his writing, editing and teaching, Grant has acted in over thirty community theater productions.