Bio: Tim Wohlforth lives in Oakland, California and is a fulltime writer. He has had sixty-one short stories published in print magazines, anthologies, and on-line zines. He is a 2003 Pushcart Prize Nominee. He has received a Certificate of Excellence from the Dana Literary Society. A contemporary noir novel, No Time To Mourn, was published by Quiet Storm in April, 2004. Lee Child, New York Times best-selling author writes of this book, "Like a great twelve-bar blues--the comfort of a familiar form jazzed by a fresh key and an exciting new voice." He co-authored the non-fiction book, On The Edge: Political Cults Right and Left, published by M.E. Sharpe. He has participated in numerous short story panels at Left Coast Crime and Bouchercon Mystery conventions.
A rusted, dented, dirty-white Toyota passes under a streetlight in a small town in Southern Oregon. A hulk of a man exits, leans on a cane and walks crab-like down the sidewalk toward Ted Whitaker. It's Harry, his best friend in the Sixties, a man Whitaker hasn't seen in thirty years. What does he want from him? For surely this meeting has a purpose. Whitaker soon discovers that Harry, once an extreme radical, has become an eco-anarchist and terrorist. He seeks to recruit Whitaker to join his p... more info>>