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Phenomenal praise for LAST FERRY HOME LAST FERRY HOME is standout work...satisfying twists and reveals and sharply drawn characters...a surfeit of details that fans of the genre will savor. San Francisco Chronicle "A haunting tale of loss...San Francisco native Harrington uses his trademark narrative jumps to heighten the suspense in this long-awaited return to his dark hometown turf." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) "A powerful, well-wrought psychological thriller." Booklist (Starred Review) "Strong, hard-edged stuff by a writer in complete control of the narrative. Respected noir veteran Harrington returns with a tough and thoughtful novel about grief and its consequences." Kirkus Reviews "Delivers quite a punch. The alternating time lines keep readers on their toes and do a stellar job of creating a sense of impending doom. The author also fleshes out several minor characters and story lines with depth and color that add greatly to this noir tale." Library Journal Praise for the novels of Kent Harrington "Dark Ride is a gripping tale that takes you into the dark and violent heart of obsession. It reads like Jim Thompson interpreted by Quentin Tarentino. This one puts a chilling finger down your spine." --Michael Connelly "It succeeds as a stunningly effective hybrid: part hothouse melodrama thick with lust and. lies and deception and part nice-against-time espionage thriller. It's like a stripped - down Tom Clancy novel with Tennessee Williams contributing the backstories." --San Francisco Chronicle on The Good Physician "An ambitious and entertaining book with elements of both political thriller and noir novel, making it a compelling hybrid of Ross Thomas and Jim Thompson." --Chicago Sun-Times on Red Jungle "Fabulous. Utterly. For some reason it took me forever to read, mostly because I didn't want this incredible story of adventure, doomed love and danger in Guatemala to end. It's been said, not just by me, that Harrington deserves to have a wider audience. So I'll say it again and add this: just read this book. Now." --Sarah Weinman on Red Jungle

Kent Harrington is the author of numerous acclaimed novels, including The Good Physician, which was named as one of the best novels of the last ten years by Booklist, Dark Ride, Dia de los Muertos, and The American Boys. Of Dark Ride, Michael Connelly said, "It reads like Jim Thompson interpreted by Quentin Tarentino." Visit him at http://www.kentharrington.com.

"No one writes about the heart of darkness like Kent Harrington" -Michael Connelly
Since his wife's death at sea, San Francisco Police Detective Michael O'Higgins has been paralyzed by grief and shame - unable to care for their teenaged daughter, who saw her mother swept away, and unable to deal with the daily requirements of his job. Almost a year after his wife's death, O'Higgins takes a ferry ride as part of his therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder. On the boat, he meets a charming Indian family: successful young husband, two lovely daughters, and a kind, beautiful wife and mother.

O'Higgins has no idea that he will meet this woman again on his first day back after bereavement leave, when he and his partner are called to a Nob Hill mansion to investigate a homicide. The victim is the handsome man O'Higgins met on the ferry, and his wife, Asha Chaundhry, is the obvious suspect.

Asha Chaundhry becomes the center of O'Higgins' investigation. The victim's father, a prominent Indian politician and business tycoon, is anxious to keep his son's death out of the public eye, and to have the investigation resolved as quickly as possible. As O'Higgins digs into the Chaundhrys' business and political dealings, he becomes convinced of Asha's innocence, while her father-in-law seeks to isolate her from friends and defenders, even sending her children back to extended family in India. Increasingly desperate, Asha turns to O'Higgins for comfort, in a way that threatens both his recovery and his career.

LAST FERRY HOME is a riveting novel of grief, obsession, recovery and passion from acclaimed author Kent Harrington, as well as a gripping portrait of a man torn apart by loss, but looking for something, anyone, to believe in.


EAN: 9781943818860
ISBN: 978-1-943818-86-0
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Polis Books
Genre: Krimis, Thriller & Horror
Anzahl Seiten: 320
Gewicht: 363g
Größe: H213mm x B135mm x T23mm
Jahr: 2018