Ken Harmon Audio Books

Ken Harmon Audio Books

Ken Harmon is an advertising copywriter who has authored everything from headlines to brochures to on-hold messages (yes, he’s the one). He studied English at Lenoir-Rhyne College and spent his early years in front of old movies where tough guys and smoldering dames dished a blue-plate-special of banter with a side of innuendo. Since that kind of talk was frowned upon in corporate meetings, with other parents at t-ball, and especially at the DMV, Harmon decided to create worlds where wry heroes liked their rye, redheads and rubbing out rubes. The result is two detective parodies—The Fat Man: A Tale of North Pole Noir and Alas, Pulp Yorick: The Jester’s Hat Always Ringeth Twice.

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