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A Litany of Good Intentions by Andrew Harris

A Litany of Good Intentions

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A Litany of Good Intentions by Andrew Harris

About the Author

Andrew Harris

Andrew Harris moved from the United Kingdom to New Zealand in 2008. He was born in Liverpool, survived a grammar school education and graduated with a first class honours degree from the University of Leeds. He had a successful career in people management before running his own executive search consultancy. In this capacity, he travelled extensively and has been privileged to meet some remarkable and influential characters around the world.

One of his passions is crime fiction. Andrew strongly believes this genre provides the perfect vehicle for stimulating debate and challenging the status quo. He writes thrillers with a social conscience, putting fictional characters in real life situations.

Andrew has created The Human Spirit Trilogy, a series of crime thrillers designed to be Provocative – Informative – Entertaining. Why isn’t there a cure for cancer? How do we end world poverty? What causes addictive behaviour? How are we going to feed 9 billion people without destroying our precious planet?

The first book in the series, The C Clef, was published by Faithful Hound Media Ltd in April 2016. An action packed thriller, The C Clef appeals to the lovers of crime fiction, conspiracy theorists and free spirits looking for a really gripping read. It leaves the reader breathless and just a little uncomfortable.

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Publication date

12th October 2017


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Whitefox Publishing




Thriller / suspense
Crime & mystery



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