The Howling of Ghosts

By Jonathan LaBrie

Draft 2 Posted Date: 4/6/2014

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Noir / Hard-Boiled

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About the Book:

Mr. Kilbourn is a former Chicago cop hiding out in the big city of New Temple. He works as a private detective, but someone tried to kill him and someone else saved his life. Now he is trying to solve his own attempted murder. Winston Sims is the police chief New Temple and he loves his family, even if he doesn't know how to show it. His boss and the mayor are breathing down his neck as things in the city start happening that they don't like. And now it seems there is a vigilante acting as judge, jury and executioner. Boris Kotov is mean. He has orders from Russia to find The Archives hidden on a USB drive, but they may not be so easily found. Now he will cause a war across the streets of New Temple to find them, he doesn't care how many die.

About the Author:

This is my first attempt at writing a full length novel. I've written short stories before and played around with ideas, but this is my first big project. I will take any feedback. I just want to get this sharpened and produce the best book I possibly can.

Author's Note:

First of all thank you for reading and reviewing. Even if you hate it and write a scathing review I will love you forever! This is a rough draft of the first part of my novel. I just want your honest opinion and input. Thank you. Also one thing I could really use help on is finding the right genre and audience for this book.

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