Anthony Lark has a list of names: Terry Dawtrey Sutton Bell Henry Kormoran
He is hunting them down, and he won’t stop until every one of them is dead.
But this is a killer with a conscience and crime editor David Loogan is about to find out that his latest manuscript is no work of fiction but a serial killer’s confession of what he’s done – or is about to do – to some very bad men...
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A riveting crime novel . . . Relentless pacing, a wry sense of humor, and an engaging protagonist add up to another winner for Dolan - Publishers Weekly
A second mind-bending case for David Loogan that begins just as simply and ominously and takes the reader on just as wild a journey . . . Dolan mixes his pitches with an ace's judgment . . . The rare crime novel with something for everyone who reads crime fiction - Kirkus
Smooth and appealing . . . a twist-filled adventure . . . the characters in this engaging work are full of surprises - The Wall Street Journal
Dolan makes sure that both the characters and dialogue stay rough around the edges, just like the scenery of northern Michigan, giving Very Bad Men a satisfyingly realist bite - Mystery Scene Magazine
Harry Dolan graduated from Colgate University, where he majored in philosophy and studied fiction-writing with the novelist Frederick Busch. He earned a master's degree in philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and worked for several years as a freelance editor.
Dolan, who grew up in Rome, New York, now lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his partner, Linda Randolph.