The brilliantly entertaining, clever new novel from Shane Kuhn, author of KILL YOUR BOSS, follows an ordinary man living an extraordinary life - and trying to stop a repeat of the events that killed his sister.
In the dream, Belle was always the same age as when she died...
Fourteen years ago, the final words Kennedy ever spoke to his sister were in anger. That day was September 11th 2001, and Belle died when her plane hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center.
Since then, Kennedy has dedicated his life to airline security. He knows more about planes than the airport authority, a fact which doesn't go unnoticed by the CIA. After kidnapping him, Kennedy is inducted by the Agency into a programme called Red Carpet.
Now Kennedy is a civilian asset, an ordinary man working with extraordinary people to stop the world collapsing around him, just as it did for his sister so many years before.
Mercilessly entertaining - Chris Brookmyre on Kill Your Boss
An immersive literary experience - Vogue on Kill Your Boss
Smart, original - Sun on Kill Your Boss
Crackles with action... sleek, quirky and enjoyable - Sunday Mirror on Kill Your Boss
Dark, assured and utterly thrilling - John Niven on Kill Your Boss
Shane Kuhn is a writer and filmmaker with twenty years of experience working in the entertainment business and the ad world. In feature film, he has written screenplays for Universal, Paramount, Sony, and Fox, and he has written and directed a film for Lionsgate. In the world of independent film, he is one of the four original founders of the Slamdance Film Festival and currently serves as an Executive Board member of Slamdance, Inc. A shameless product pusher in the ad world, he has worked as a copywriter, creative director, and broadcast video director and producer for several notable brands. Throughout his life, writing has been his shrink, priest, whore and best mate.