Kevin Egan

Kevin Egan graduated with a B.A. in English from Cornell University. He is the author of more than five novels, including MIDNIGHT and LOCAL KNOWLEDGE, and numerous short stories. A self-described non-practicing attorney, he has spent his entire legal career working in the New York state court system, including lengthy stints as law clerk to two State Supreme Court Justices. His short fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Rosebud and The Westchester Review. He occasionally teaches fiction writing as an adjunct instructor at Westchester Community College and regularly teaches legal writing at Berkeley College in Manhattan.

Kevin Egan

Books by Kevin Egan

by Kevin Egan - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

When Judge Alvin Canter quietly expires in his chambers on December 31st, his loyal clerk and secretary know their jobs will vanish at closing time --- unless they can conceal the judge’s death until after midnight. Neither Tom Carroway nor Carol Scilingo can afford to be out of work, and they both have secrets they’re desperate to keep hidden. They plan to make it look like the judge died at home on New Year’s Day, but when other people get involved, Tom and Carol find themselves over their heads in an increasingly dangerous conspiracy.