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Tropic of Darkness

Tropic of Darkness

Available on ebook, an original full-length supernatural thriller set in Havana, Cuba, from an acclaimed Bram Stoker Award-nominated author.

Jack Gilliard is a man with a dark past, and he hasn’t been back to the United States for more than a decade. But when he washes up in Havana, Cuba, he finds himself being drawn into a business darker than he ever dared think. Ancient passions, ancient treacheries, an age-old curse, and the evils of his past are now consuming the present—and Jack is caught in the midst of it all. To survive, all he has to do is leave the country—a prospect much more difficult than anticipated. But the real question is: can Jack escape before the darkness claims him altogether?
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  • Pocket Star | 
  • 256 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781476727097 | 
  • September 2013
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Tropic of Darkness





The moment Meyer Lansky stepped out of the coolness of the plane into the sunlight of Havana, he could see it, practically feel it like texture on his skin. He could see it on the faces of the two men waiting for him at the bottom of the steps. And could feel it mingled with the basting heat that closed around him like a second suit of clothes the instant that he emerged from the cabin.

And this week, it was all he needed. More than his fair share of grief had found... see more

About the Author

Tony Richards

Tony Richards sold his first short story at the age of twenty-one and hasn’t stopped since. He has written science fiction, mystery, and mainstream tales, as well as dark fantasy, and has appeared in most major magazines and anthologies in the genre. He has been nominated for both the Bram Stoker and British Fantasy Awards and his work has been highly praised. When not writing, he likes to travel, and he has based a good deal of his writing on his journeys to far-flung corners of the world. He lives with his wife in his native town of London, England, and is a self-confessed Amerophile and a frequent visitor to the United States.




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