A chilling series of deaths strikes a writers’ group in New York, leaving the remaining members
to face the suspicion – and finally the certainty – that one of them is a psychopathic killer. Is a sequel to Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” being played out in their lives?
Will Schaefer earns his living crafting press releases for a shady corporation. Once a week he hosts a writers’ group in his apartment, to which the members bring their stories and all the intense emotions that inspired them. When one of the members is brutally murdered, the group begins to turn on itself. The person who reads is always the next to die. Will anyone survive the deadly critiques that are handed out in this group?
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About the Author:
Bruce Hartman lives with his wife in Philadelphia. He has worked as a pianist, music teacher, bookseller and attorney and has been writing fiction for many years. His first novel, PERFECTLY HEALTHY MAN DROPS DEAD, won the Salvo Press Mystery Novel Award and was published by Salvo Press in 2008.
His second book, THE RULES OF DREAMING, was published by Swallow Tail Press in May 2013. Kirkus Reviews, in awarding it the Kirkus Star for Books of Exceptional Merit, called it “a mind-bending marriage of ambitious literary theory and classic murder mystery.” Kirkus selected the book as one of its “Top 100 Indie Books of 2013.”
His most recent book is THE PHILOSOPHICAL DETECTIVE, published in June 2014, featuring the iconic Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges wrestling with an extraordinary series of crimes and the equally baffling conundrums of literature and philosophy, including Zeno’s paradoxes, the mind/body problem, and the mysteries of destiny, personal identity and artistic creation.
Another mystery, THE MUSE OF VIOLENCE, was published in October 2013.