A curiously delightful book--spontaneous, overflowing with a good, wholesome love of living even though life itself be hard. A continuous vein of humor runs through it, though many of the incidents in the hero's life are pathetic.
Bill Carson creates riveting crime novels that leave readers thinking about life. His first book in the Detective Nick Harland series, Necessary Evils, is no exception, looking at how people handle love, loss, lust, greed and many more. As our author of the day, Carson talks to us about his writing habits, who Detective Nick Harland really is and why John Kane does such horrible things.