This story of modern English and American life contains in the figure of Franklin Kane one of the most subtle and attractive character studies in recent fiction. In every way it is worthy of the brilliant author of "Valerie Upton."
Lyle Howard has come a long way since he published his very first story in 1982. Howard mostly writes page-turners that keep the readers wanting more and Terminal Justice is no exception. As our Author of the Day, Howard reveals the secreat A-B-A-B code behind his page turners, talks about conspiracies and how Terminal Justice was inspired by a talk with a fellow passenger on a plane.