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Seth Harwood

Seth Harwood is a writer who has made his adventure and drama novels available as free audiobooks.

It's the 1980s in Boston: the Celtics are rolling, the Patriots got crushed by the Bears, and the Sox are the Sox. Adam Berkman is learning how far from the warm feelings and epiphanies of Disney Americana his life can be when his parents get a divorce and he has to change schools almost every year. In this collection of linked stories, Seth Harwood takes you on a tour of Boston and its suburbs as he brings you more of the strong, clear writing you found in Jack Wakes Up.

In these stories you'll find frog murderers, slow dancers, lessons on basketball, fighting and how to defend your mother, as well as candy flippers, wiggers and portfolio managers, loves turning every direction imaginable – maybe even good…

In the second season of A Long Way from Disney, an older (and perhaps wiser) Adam Berkman deals with his own series of relationships, love, marriage, and the ever-difficult question of what does one do with his or her life. It's about decisions now, not just fun in the twenties. Boston, New York, and the middle of the Midwest are backdrops to the stories here.

FBI Agent Jess Harding always gets her man… or woman.

In this thriller, Harding returns to the scene of her first years as an FBI agent to track the still-at-large killer from her first case. Back in 2006, as a young, inexperienced agent, Harding chased leads across Alaska for a full summer without catching up with this killer. Now, after 5 years of honing her skills, she's back and ready to try again.

But when she starts to see that the killer knows a little something about her, the heat turns up and Harding realizes she may not be the only one getting chased.

Jack Palms book 1

What does a movie-star one-hit-wonder and ex-drug-addict do when he's cleaned up, down on his luck, and running out of money?

In the three years since Jack Palms went clean - no drugs, no drinking, no life - he's added fourteen pounds of muscle, read 83 books, and played it as straight as anyone can ask him. Now, when an old friend from L.A. calls, he signs on to help a set of Eastern Europeans score enough coke to settle down and set up shop. All Jack has to do is keep them entertained and get them through their purchase.

But when the plan runs into a few problems, and Jack starts getting phone calls from an old friend on the police force, he realizes that this business will take a lot more acting than he first assumed.

Jack Palms book 2

Jack Palms finds himself caught in a working relationship with none other than the San Francisco police. When one of their own gets killed and corruption invades the Hall of Justice, Sgt. Mills Hopkins hires Jack to poke around. Is Jack ready for his own brand of police work? Is San Francisco?

Follow Jack as he tries to figure out if the life of a Private Eye fits him, hunts a cop-killer, and tries to solve a series of murders that leads him into the heart of San Francisco's sex trade.

Jack Palms book 3

Jack Palms is back out on the streets of San Francisco after a brief stint in the hospital, and he's ready to track down the man at the heart of the city's problems, Alexi Akakievich. With the Czechs back in town, Detective Shaw more pissed off than ever, and a new batch of thugs on the loose, everything's dialed up to eleven once again.

Jack Palms book 4 - a novella.

Jack teams up with Jane Gannon of the SF bureau of the FBI. As the two look in on an illegal fighting tournament in San Francisco's Chinatown, they get much more than they bargained for.

A Jack Palms prequel story.

Before Jack Palms ever shook 'em down, Junius Ponds came up on tough streets of Cambridge, MA in 1987. In the middle of drugs, gang violence, and the toughest set of tower-projects you ever knew, Young Junius fights to escape the consequences of a murder he had to commit and tries to live long enough to avenge the death of his brother.

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