Harvey Nolan is a Law student whose plans did not involve a messy gunshot and blood gushing day.
In a Harvard University clinical laboratory, Professor Bruce Golan, acclaimed medical researcher, tries yet another hopeless attempt in a failing experimentation. Little does he know that a wrong judgement call meant that a fatal fate awaits him in the shadows.
Enter the FBI. Agent Katie Moulin’s past crosses paths with her appointment where it all started, can she deal with it? Can Harvey and Katie reach the baneful assailant before the job is being finished in cold blood?
As Harvey and Katie crash through the academic city of Boston, entering a world where the race against time is one of an invisible uphill battle, they find themselves looking at the concept of justice very differently than what they expect.
RESURRECTION is a suspense thriller introductory novella of the Harvey Nolan thriller series, of approximately 20,000 words. It is set a couple of years before the events occurring in the following books, the first of which, MAXIMUS.
S. C. Abbey was born in Glasgow, Scotland, but spent most of his childhood wandering the streets of Asia, where his parents worked and lived. Before his life as an author, Abbey has worked as a chef, door-to-door salesman, a fishmonger (true story) and many others. He is the author of the Harvey Nolan thriller series, which is a mixture of action, mystery, and humor. Harvey Nolan is a Columbia University professor who has an affinity with crime that always seems to bring him along for the ride. Katie Moulin is an ex-FBI, current Interpol Agent who has seen her fair share of conflict and the ugliness of human nature. Harvey's tragic family's past and Katie's privileged upbringing crossed paths when they were younger, before when times were peaceful. Till now.
"Fast-paced and relentlessly hard to put down." - Best Reads Reviews
"Abbey treads the line of the early detective fiction with modern elements and manages to balance between nostalgia and fresh." - Andy Warwick
"The scenes will keep readers intrigued long enough till there is no more." - Hachette Book Club