T.K. O’Neill Returns to Noir with ‘Dead Low Winter’

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NIEA 2014 crime fiction finalist reintroduces recalcitrant Keith Waverly.

'Dead Low Winter' by T.K. O'Neill

T.K. O’Neill, under the Bluestone Press imprint, returns to the Northwoods noir subgenre with 'Dead Low Winter'.

In late January of 1978, with football season over and hopeful Christmas tree lights throughout the vast northern winter darkness switched off in defeat, full-time cabdriver, sometime card shark Keith Waverly witnesses the violent abduction of a local street hustler. Later, when the man is found with his head ventilated by bullet holes, Waverly is dragged into a world of high-rolling gamblers, crooked politicians, violence and really bad weather, with only his wits and his new girlfriend to pull him out.

T.K. O’Neill, under the Bluestone Press imprint, returns to the Northwoods noir subgenre with ‘Dead Low Winter,’ after last year’s hardboiled ‘Jackpine Savages,’ which was named crime fiction finalist in the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards.

O’Neill is also author of the noir ‘Fly in the Milk,’ and has also written three books under the pseudonym Thomas Sparrow: ‘Northwoods Pulp: Four Tales of Crime and Weirdness,’ ‘Fatally Flawed,’ and ‘Northwoods Standoff.’ His short novel "Social Climbing," one of the ‘Northwoods Pulp’ stories, was also translated and released in Japan by publisher Fushosha.

Bluestone Press was established in early 1999 in Duluth, Minnesota. ‘Dead Low Winter’ is available in ebook format through major online retailers, including Google, iBookstore (Apple), Amazon, Sony Reader Store, Barnes and Noble, Kobo (Borders) and eBookIt.com. Excerpts from ‘Dead Low Winter’ are available online at http://www.bluestonesblog.com.

For more information, contact Bluestone Press, at 218-724-5806, or bluestone(at)duluthmn(dot)biz

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