Kent Anderson - Hodder & Stoughton

Kent Anderson



Kent Anderson is a U.S. Special Forces veteran who served in Vietnam, a former police officer in Portland and Oakland, and a screenwriter. He has an MFA in creative writing from the University of Montana, and has taught college-level English. His two previous Hanson novels are Sympathy for the Devil and the New York Times Notable Book Night Dogs. He may be the only person in U.S. history to have won two NEA grants for creative writing as well as two Bronze Stars.
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Green Sun

Kent Anderson
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Kent Anderson

'The world's best crime writer' Metro'The best of what crime fiction can do' Michael Connelly'Fearsomely authentic and moving' Daily Mail'Tells the unvarnished truth about what it is to be a cop' James PattersonThe acclaimed author of Night Dogs and Sympathy for the Devil returns with a blistering new novel - his first in over 20 years.Hanson thought he had witnessed the worst of humanity after a tour of duty in Vietnam and a stint as a cop in Oregon. Then he moves to Oakland, California to join the under-funded, understaffed police department. Unlike the rest of the white officers, Hanson takes seriously his duty to serve and protect the black community of East Oakland.He will encounter prejudice and hate on both sides of the line... and struggle to keep true to himself against powerful opposition and personal danger.Green Sun is a raw, unflinching novel about America's divided cities and one man's divided soul.