Switzerland-based author Jim Haberkorn’s “A Thousand Suns” is the sequel to 2011′s “Einstein’s Trunk” and features Rulon Hurt, a laid-off spy you don’t want to mess with.
About this book:
Every six months a Russian agent arrives at the Rockin’ Rooster saloon in Twin Falls, Idaho to fight local cowboy and laid-off spy Rulon Hurt. To the locals it’s great fun and even to Rulon and his punk wife Yohaba, it’s not a bad way to spend a Wednesday night. But when Rulon saves Boris, the latest Russian, from a gang of local skinheads, a feud ignites that quickly escalates out of control. Eventually an assassin is brought in from Germany, and Rulon is shot and left in a coma. Yohaba and Boris are now alone together. Great minds think alike. They back track the assassin to Zurich with the intent of settling the score.
About the Author:
Jim has lived on three continents and conducted business in over 40 countries. Brooklyn is his birthplace, but he has lived in California, North Carolina, Washington, Idaho, South Africa, and Switzerland. He still has a home in Boise and loves both Idaho and Switzerland. No wonder his hero, Rulon Hurt, had roots in Idaho, graduated from Boise State University, and lives in Zurich - very similar to his history. Jim currently lives and works in Zurich, Switzerland with his encouraging and ever-resourceful wife, Kim.