CRIME FICTION READERS:
CRIME WAVE PRESS PUBLISHES RETURN TO HIROSHIMA by Bob Van Laerhoven
PRAISE FOR RETURN TO HIROSHIMA :
"A complex and grisly literary crime story which among other things refers to the effects of the nuclear attack on Japan."
Linda Asselbergs, Weekend, Belgium
"Van Laerhoven skilfully creates the right atmosphere for this drama. As a consequence the whole book is shrouded in a haze of doom.
Is this due to Hiroshima itself, a place burdened with a terrible past? Or is the air of desperation typical for our modern society?"
Jan Haeverans, Focus Magazine, Belgium
"Van Laerhoven won the Hercule Poirot Prize with Baudelaire’s Revenge.
You’ll understand why after reading Return to Hiroshima."
Eva Krap, Banger Sisters
Here’s a little video
from us at Crime Wave Press
When we started Crime Wave Press in 2012, we were familiar with the perils of publishing. We knew about the pitfalls of the marketplace and how the odds were stacked against Indie Publishers. We’ve been going for almost five years and all the reasons for not embarking upon our chosen path we could come up with then are still as valid as ever, if not more so. BUT so are the reasons we wholeheartedly took the road we’re on.
We absolutely love what we’re doing.
Out there, extremely talented, fastidious and dedicated authors are hammering away at keyboards to bring us gripping tales of crime and, occasionally, redemption. Stories deserving of an audience hungering for variety in a world dominated by the risk averse policies of a handful of big guys. We know you’re tired of the same old same old and we’re not going to let you down. To the next five years!
We’re looking forward to your continuing support as our Partners in Crime.
Who is better cut out to write about escaping from Maximum Security and being an outlaw than someone who has
lived through it
Roy Harper is incarcerated in Mississippi State Penitentiary, also known as Parchman Farm, serving 88 years for armed robbery. He is known for his three prison escapes, the subject of a National Geographic Channel documentary.
This is Harper's debut novel, the story of David "Tool" Roney, an outlaw on the run. SHANK is a novel of struggle, adventure and the complexities of justice.
SHANK, the first in a series of two books, is available now.
Secure your copy today.
If you want to know more about author Roy Harper or want to ask him a question please go to his author page here