One man's descent into another's madness. A detective and a serial killer stalk each other in 1949 New York City.
1949. A depraved serial killer stalks the streets in his yellow taxi, dumping the ravaged bodies of random women in the back alleys of New York City. Homicide Detective Drake Harper is condemned to pick up the pieces, but as the body count rises, Drake's personal life spirals out of control and no amount of booze can silence the voices of his past.
Christopher Charlton is the writer of the award-winning graphic novel, Black of Heart, the chilling tale of a serial killer lose in the noir landscape of 1949, New York City. His other works include serialized fiction, short stories and screenplays, such as Binary Gray, The Dolls, The Weight of Air, Shadow Box and Gold Hen. Christopher currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he finds inspiration in the realm of crime thrillers. When he’s not at his keyboard, he is likely researching a new story, traveling or challenging himself with a new recipe in the kitchen. You can follow Christopher’s journey and find more of his work at CharltonWrites.com.