A Hockey Nightmare by Matt Harvey

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Following his child-hood dreams of playing hockey professionally, Canadian born super star, Steve Horn lands a deal to play for a team in Austria.

It sounds like the perfect way to start his hockey career.

That is until Steve realizes European hockey isn’t quite the same as it is in his home country. Not only is his team ran by the mafia, but the dark holds secrets of its own. Steve has to watch his back on and off the ice.

Strange people start following him home at night, and Steve tries to get to the bottom of it. When he finally realizes what he is facing it's too late. He has found out too much. His new discovery puts his life at risk, and they want him dead.

Steve finds himself in the race of his life. If they catch him... Well, scoring goals will the least of his problems.
 

About Matt Harvey

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Matt Harvey performs up and down the country at festivals, cabarets, conferences and colleges. He is founder of Wondermentalist, the comedy-infused, musically enhanced poetry cabaret with resident superhero. His consuming interest in the core concerns of contemporary society has led him into many interesting shops. He has a regular slot on Radio Four's Saturday Live programme, and this year was the first-ever Poet in Residence at Wimbledon.
 
Published May 6, 2013 by Mirador Publishing. 76 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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