The Night Trilogy: Book Two
by B.K. Bass
Framed for murder, detective Harold Jacobson must delve into the gritty underbelly of the city if he wants to clear his name. To solve the crime pinned on him, he must first solve the murder of a local woman. From the steel towers of downtown to seedy nightclubs and decrepit slums, Harold delves into the night life of the city to pull the threads of the mystery together and becomes part of the criminal element he once hunted down. Going off the grid in New Angeles can be deadly, but he’s out of options and out of patience.
Genre: Science Fiction, Cyberpunk, Hardboiled Detective
Length: Novella / Approx. 150 pages
Publication Date: April 7, 2020
MSRP: eBook – $4.99
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B.K. Bass does a fantastic job taking the reader on a roller-coaster ride from Night Shift into Night Life. The second book of the Night Trilogy is is an intelligent, well-written crime thriller that will keep you turning pages. Bass’s descriptive flair is supreme, his characters believable and colorful. An outstanding read with a dynamic plot. I’m giving 5 stars and highly recommend it.
K.D. McNiven on Goodreads – 5 Stars
Another fabulous installment to the Night series. Night Life carries over the emotional turmoil of the first book, and adds to it exponentially. With the classic noir feel still front and center, we get to know Harold Jacobson a little better and what drives him. Not all is as it seems. This was a compulsive read for me, I couldn’t put it down once I started.
Kati Felix on Goodreads – 4 Stars
This book is another ride through the shady world the author has created. The characters are well done and the “Catch up” is done in a way that keeps you from having to go back and re-read the first book. The trials and tribulations of the main character are fleshed out well and you can’t wait to see what happens.
Michael D. Nadeau on Goodreads – 4 Stars
B.K. Bass is an author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror inspired by the pulp fiction magazines of the early 20th century and classic speculative fiction. He is a student of history with a particular focus on the ancient, classical, and medieval eras. He has a lifetime of experience with a specialization in business management and human relations and served in the U.S. Army. B.K. is also the Editor-in-Chief of Kyanite Publishing and the Kyanite Press journal of speculative fiction, and the Writing Department Chair for Worldbuilding Magazine.
Find out more about B.K. at his website.
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The Night Trilogy
The Ravencrest Chronicles
The Hunter’s Apprentice
The Giant and the Fishes
Tales From the Lusty Mermaid
The Ravencrest Chronicles: Omnibus One
The Tales of Durgan Stoutheart
Warriors of Understone
Beyond the Veil
Parting the Veil
The Burning Sands
Blood of the Desert