Ken Kuhlken

Ken Kuhlken’s Midheaven was chosen as a finalist for PEN’s Ernest Hemingway Award for best first fiction book.

Then came the California crime series, which includes: The Loud Adios, Private Eye Writers of America/St. Martin’s Press best first novel; The Do-Re-Mi,  finalist for the Shamus Best Novel Award; The Biggest Liar in Los Angeles, San Diego Book Awards best mystery; and The Good Know Nothing, finalist for the Los Angeles Book Festival best mystery.

Read about Ken and all of his books at kenkuhlken.net.

From Hickey’s by Ken Kuhlken:

Road Kill  and No Cats, No Chocolate: Authors Alan Russell and Ken Kuhlken met at a mystery convention and soon hit the road to promote their books. Their bizarre adventures make delightful reading for anyone who has considered or dreamed of a career as a writing and for anyone else inclined to laugh at the antics of a couple strange fellows.

Reading Brother Lawrence is a memoir, in which a book and a memory lead the way to the Kingdom of Heaven.

Writing and the Spirit: Who needs inspiration? Everybody, especially writers. Here’s where and how to find it. 

With Write Smart (free in ebook) learn (or refresh and add to what you know about) the storybook writer’s craft in the most effective and efficient way.

Cars: California Stories (free in ebook) is simply a collection of fiction and biography as offbeat as the state itself.

Midheaven (Lake Tahoe, 1974) Jodi McGee, whom fans of the Tom Hickey and family series will meet again in The Fat Lady, tells the haunting story,of her treacherous eighteenth year and the battle between her quest for God and her love for an older man.  Finalist for PEN’s Ernest Hemingway Award.

Newport Ave, coming 2-1-18, is a gripping novel in the tradition of classic noir.

Coming soon, The Fat Lady, A Love Story: (San Diego, Tijuana, Lake Tahoe, 1985)  A dear friend of Clifford’s cousin Bo crosses the border on the run from a charge of molesting children in a church nursery school. After journalist Clifford offers to help Bo clear her friend, he infuriates dangerous cholos, politicians, and tycoons on both sides of the border.

Coming soon, The Answer to Everything: (San Diego, Tijuana, Lake Tahoe, 1990) Attorney Alvaro Hickey assists in the murder of a Tijuana cartel sicaro then becomes the murderer’s lawyer. The cartel, which has lately massacred an entire family, now targets another whole family, the Hickey-McGees.