Chester Henry

Washed out of journalism when employment the field collapsed under the weight of perpetual disruption, Chester Henry subsequently spent time as a stringer and working on street rags in Latin America and Eastern Europe. Skeptical of dogmatism and obsessive about following politics, Henry’s time abroad has led him to strive to remain dispassionate about everything except his novels. These days based in Los Angeles, Henry relishes the density and the diversity of the metropolis.

By Chester Henry:

The Margarita Solution

Chiseler with a Glass Jaw

When the Contralto Sings

Stalking the Scratch Man

The Tenacious Goldbrick

Cryptic Paisley

News from the Unconscious Realm: Hard-Nosed Journalism to Plumb the Depths of the Psyche

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