The Kafka Society

The Kafka Society
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Tags: Q-Z-2, Recommended Books
Publication Year: May 2014
Format: Paperback
Length: 272 Pages
ASIN: 1569805105
ISBN: 9781569805107

The Kafka Society finds Jack Madson, first introduced in A Man of Indeterminate Value, on a new adventure.

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About the Book

The Kafka Society finds Jack Madson, first introduced in A Man of Indeterminate Value, on a new adventure. After a night of clubbing, Jack has no memory of the past twenty-four hours. Who is the beautiful woman he discovers in his hotel room? How did a severed head get into the trunk of his Mustang convertible? Is he a murderer? Before he can answer these questions, Madson finds himself helping his former high school nemesis, Tom Dougherty – now chief of the FBI’s East Coast Operations – get disentangled from a blackmail scheme. Nothing is quite what it seems. As his investigation progresses, Madson uncovers a criminal organization that specializes in the most monstrous of enterprises: global human trafficking, run from abandoned tunnels deep beneath the streets of New York City and directed by a coterie of intellectual thugs known as the Kafka Society. Once again, the reader follows Madson through a wealth of dangerous episodes and exotic pleasures before the exciting conclusion of this thrilling page-turner.

About the Author
Ron Felber

Ron Felber is a graduate of Georgetown University and Loyola University Chicago where he earned his master’s degree. He started writing articles for True Detective magazine that led to novels published by Barricade Books: "A Man of Indeterminate Value" and "The Kafka Society" culminating with "Dark Angel". His true crime book, "Il Dottore: A Double Life of a Mafia Doctor" was the inspiration for a TV series. Mr. Felber lives in Mendham, NJ

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