Food and sex, love and death. They happen to all of us, but not equally.
It’s February 2004 in the Twin Cities. Life is good but also cold, boring, and bourgeois smug. So when you spot someone who, decades ago, handed you a Trotskyist leaflet at the Whitehall Street Induction Center in New York City, of course you follow him. Why wouldn’t you?
This is the story of a man who stumbles across a small piece of his past that’s haunted him since 1968 and, on a whim, sets out to uncover the truths and lies behind it. What he finds instead is a beautiful and mysterious secret agent, murder, and a guerilla band of ruthless rogue capitalists intent on capturing an unlikely, yet critically important, piece of the global economy.
Forty years late, here’s the first, and maybe the last, New Left detective thriller. There are no morals, only politics, and every life should be an adventure. Buy it now on Amazon.