It’s Midsummer’s Eve, but Sam Tyler is starting to regret agreeing to find her ex’s adopted brother a suitable coat for the coming night’s ball.
The city of Neppon drifts through the shallows, where the walls circling the mortal realm are thin. Here the daemons gather out of the surrounding night, drawn by its promise of candle flame warmth.
As the election for the city’s mayoral office approaches, one man stands head and shoulders above the other candidates. His reputation is as a bastion for all that is good and honest, in a world beset from all sides by horrors. But Jaret Roscan carries a secret. A secret that could bring ruin to his political career, and chaos to his beloved city.
One person carries the key to his salvation. The question is, will they come forward in his hour of need?
Harlem’s Deck; a story in instalments. Keep your hand close to your chest…
Read this if you enjoy the work of Jon Courtney Grimwood, Tad Williams or Joe Abercrombie, or love watching Alias or Teenwolf.