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“K.A.R.M.A. is one fine piece of work” - Andrew Vachss, New York Times
In Seattle, an aging mutual-funds salesman falls prey to the lure of a young boy's flesh;
In New York, a 10-year-old plunges an ice pick into the heart of a street hustler to prove his love for a girl he met on the Internet;
In Chicago, a young girl waits in the rain outside a seedy downtown bar for a man she's never met to stagger home;
In Vancouver, a teenager waits patiently on a deserted rooftop for a signal that one of North America's most notorious murderers is about to walk free.
Tom Hackett, a Seattle-based freelance photojournalist, is always looking for the perfect front-page splash, but when he stumbles into the bloody path of the mysterious group known as K.A.R.M.A., he quickly discovers that its thirst for revenge is unquenchable -- and it won't let anyone get in its way.
Praise for K.A.R.M.A.
"A terrific novelist." --Tess Gerritsen
"I was gripped from page one." --Stephen Leather
"A fantastic read, was gripped from the beginning. Grant McKenzie is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. Would highly recommend this book. A+++++" - Reader mpala67
"Grant McKenzie scores a hat trick with his third book K.A.R.M.A. A story of injustice against innocent children being put right. As with Grant's first two books this has the same short chapters that leave you needing to read just one more, then another, then another. Grant McKenzie just gets better and better, he is a top author and now one of my favourites." - C. P. Garfield (Worcester, England)
"A great read, couldn't put it down, certainly becoming one of my favourite authors," - Reader godz79
"Being an avid bookworm it takes a lot for a book to become my kind of A list and Grant McKenzie has attained that with this novel. All his stories are fresh, riveting and unique. Grant McKenzie should be up there with Harlan Coben and Linwood Barclay two of my all time favourites. The story instantly grips you and has the quality you long for in a book of not being able to put it down. The storyline is gritty, it has a mystery quality and something rare in murder/mystery, a sense of compassion." --Jan Erlam