"Seth Harwood is my favorite new American writer. I recommend this book, all his books, to you. You'll thank me. Just wait."
-- Tom Franklin, bestselling author of Poachers, Hell at the Breech
and Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter"Harwood is a master with the language, and he's put all that skill into his Jack Palms books... If you're a fan of noir, action, and good writing, pick this one up. You'll be glad you did." --Edward G. Talbot, Thriller author of New World Orders and Alive from New York (Terrorist Chronicles)"Harwood is a pro, and should soon move up in the action sweepstakes derby. He's good, and convincing, and above all, it's fun." --Robert Ward, author of Red Baker, Shedding Skin, The King of Cards and Four Kinds of Rain; writer, Hill Street Blues, Miami Vice
About the Author
Seth Harwood, a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa, was born in Boston and has lived in Cambridge, New York, St. Louis, and Iowa City. He currently lives in San Francisco, where he teaches writing at Stanford and CCSF. Author of three previous works of fiction, Seth has also written for publication in the Cambridge Chronicle & TAB, contributed to the Open Culture blog, and written for the San Francisco Chronicle, where he regularly reviews crime fiction. Marilyn Stasio, reviewing Seth’s debut, Jack Wakes Up, for The New York Times, praised its “vitality and a spirit of rebellion.” George Pelecanos, author and contributor to HBO’s The Wire, named Seth’s second novel, Young Junius, one of the best books of 2010. When he’s not writing or teaching, Seth swims, boxes, and occasionally haunts the basketball courts of San Francisco