Jack Fletcher, a former hot-shot surf photographer but now fallen on hard times, suddenly gets a call from the surf magazine he worked for in his glory days. He can't believe his luck when he's assigned to photograph legendary surfer Drew Harmon surfing the equally legendary reef known as "Heart Attacks". With two lackeys in tow, Fletcher heads off to the wilderness of Northern California, the Indian territory where Harmon now lives with his half-mad wife Kendra, who roams the woods at night wearing the clothes of a murdered girl. This is not what Jack expected, and things get much worse.
Kem Nunn lives in Northern California and is the author of Pomona Queen, Tapping the Source, The Dogs of Winter and Tijuana Straits.
Critical Acclaim for Kem Nunn
"...Kem Nunn writes directly out of the lineage of James M Cain and Raymond Chandler. If there is a contemporary writer with a deeper sense of evil, I don't know who it would be..." - Jim Harrison,
"...God bless Kem Nunn, one of a rare breed, a novelist who knows how to write and isn't afraid to plot and tell a story..." - Elmore Leonard,