See You Next Tuesday: From the Case Files of Steve Rockfish


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Black Rose Writing
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.64 inches | 0.69 pounds

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About the Author

Ken Harris is a US Air Force veteran and retired entrepreneur. He took over his father's company and ran a sole proprietorship business for thirty-four years. He is married with two daughters and owns six dogs. When not writing, he enjoys overlanding throughout the vast wilderness of the American West in his Jeep.


"Equal parts breezy buddy comedy and action-packed PI novel, Harris' latest boasts witty banter, high-risk hijinks, and a ton of heart." -Mystery Scene Magazine

"...even paced, has some great comedic relief to lighten the darker parts and the inclusion of some 21st century spy toys and the pandemic makes it timely keeping readers engaged until the end." -The Reading Frenzy

"This book is full of adventure and has a fairly fast pace. We see growth in all of the characters and have a deeper understanding of who they are and what they can accomplish." -Storeybook Reviews

"I loved this action packed, laugh out loud funny book." -Paws.Read.Repeat

"Harris has created his own sub-genre with this series, which is a beautiful and unique thing to see. Beloved characters must brave the most dangerous, harrowing journey yet. The suspense woven through this tale is done with a finesse rarely seen, and ensures we stay glued to the page." -Ben Eads, author of Cracked Sky and Hollow Heart

"The second in the Case Files of Steve Rockfish series begins with separate cases involving a cheating husband, a corrupt religious cult, a stockpile of poison gas, and a currency scam. The cases come together in a wild ride worthy of a chase scene in a movie, as the detectives pursue the cult leader in a rip-roaring page turner of an ending." -Carolyn Geduld, author of Take Me Out The Back and Who Shall Live

"Harris takes you on two journeys you hope will never happen to family members but fear it could. The emotional roller coaster you will ride, keeps you reading and hoping the end comes with a taste of sweet revenge. Harris finds a way to weave a story that keeps you turning the pages and wanting more Rockfish." -Stephen W. Briggs, author of Family of Killers-Memoirs of an Assassin

"Harris has developed a winning formula, elements of which are a cast of interesting characters whose interactions include a big dose of sly humor and a classic car he's dubbed Lola, crimes that are a bit unusual, and investigative methods that, well, don't bear close scrutiny." -Crime Fiction Lover