Andrew Klavan is the internationally bestselling author of thirteen novels, including True Crime, which was made into a film by Clint Eastwood, and Don’t Say a Word, made into a film starring Michael Douglas. He has been nominated for five Edgar awards, winning twice, and is the author of the Homelanders series for Young Adults, which have been optioned by Summit Entertainment (Twilight”). His essays and op-eds on politics, religion, movies and literature have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. He lives in Southern California.
Dan Champion is a former undercover cop that was looking to bust the mysterious "Fat Woman." During the operation he comes upon a dealer of human flesh, specifically young children. Champion ingratiates himself with the dealer and is able to set up a sting operation. Dan has also got hooked on a powerful narcotic called "Z" which causes him to have realistic hallucinations. One of these episodes happens during the sting causing Dan to go beyond … more
This is one scary book! It begins with an investigation into a child sex ring and just takes off. An undercover vice cop gets involved in the investigation, and to keep himself going he turns to a powerful drug. Soon he begins to see a small child, who is obviously dead, always around him, and when the drug crashes him at the end of the investigation he receives a visit from a woman named Samantha who cares for him during his withdrawal. Once he is "clean", he finds that there really was … more