Kenneth W Harmon
Release Date: February 24, 2018
Why did two veteran FBI agents die in a bizarre car fire while investigating a serial murder case in Massachusetts?According to the official report, the agents died in a murder-suicide. Quinn Westerly doesn’t believe her father was capable of such a horrendous act.Quinn launches her own investigation. Drawn into the dangerous realm of the supernatural, she must rely on Evan Cordell, a disgraced psychiatrist. Cordell is a Paranormalist who possesses abilities that allow him to interact with the creatures from our worst nightmares. Cordell has promised to help Quinn find out what happened to her father, but can he protect her from the dark forces aligned against her?No one controls what lurks in the darkness.
"Kenneth W Harmon is one of the best in the business, and The Paranormalist is his finest work yet. With characters that pop and writing that sings, Harmon builds a world not so much unlike our own, but where the dark forces that lurk in the shadows can kill. An excellent beginning to what I hope is a long series--"
Brett J. Talley, Bram Stoker Award nominated author of That Which Should Not Be and The Fiddle is the Devil's Instrument.
About the Author:
At the age of eleven, Kenneth decided that he wanted to be a writer after reading, S.E.
Hinton’s The Outsiders. After his retirement from the Fort Worth Police Department, he started to pursue his dream. To date, Kenneth has had two novels and a nonfiction book published, with another novel, The Paranormalist, coming from Burning Willow Press in February 2018. He is a two-time finalist for the Pacific Northwest Writers Association Zola Award (runner-up in 2012), and runner-up for the Pikes Peak Writers Paul Gillette Memorial Award. His interests include spending time with his family, reading, and sports. He is currently working on a historical fiction novel with elements of magical realism.