Anthony Webster leads an uneventful life – until now.
This one’s a thriller…you’ll want to read it on a beach, or late at night in bed, or on the train, but definitely not on a plane.
No one knows what else John Norman Harris would have come up with, as The Weird World of Wes Beattie, his only novel, was published shortly before he died.
Finely evocative of a particular time and place, as well as a bit of a send up of mid-century mores, this one goes down particularly easily.
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