“Former musician Daniel Hecht has brought a welcome artistry and elegance to his new field.”--Publishers Weekly
“Vividly atmospheric, rich with twists and turns . . . Daniel Hecht has created something quite original: the neuropathologic gothic.” --Jonathan Kellerman
Daniel Hecht is the author of six groundbreaking novels published to critical acclaim throughout the world: Skull Session, The Babel Effect, Puppets, City of Masks, Land of Echoes, and Bones of the Barbary Coast.
Hecht is also a green enterprise and organizational development consultant, environmental project manager, author, and environmental journalist. To learn more about his environmental activities, visit www.danielhechtconsulting.com.
Hecht’s innovative style combines the excitement of the mystery/thriller genre with the language and thematic power of literary novels. His interest in such topics as neuroscience, evolutionary psychology, forensic science, and parapsychology has brought his books to the best-seller lists in the United States, England, and Holland, and earned him an international reputation as a writer “for readers who demand texture, intriguing information, and a provocative thesis along with their thrills.” (Publishers Weekly)
For permission to use photos or cover images, the author gratefully acknowledges Jerry Bauer, Stella Hovis, Bloomsbury, Simon & Schuster UK, Crown/Random House, Viking/Penguin, Macmillan, and Uitgeverij Luitingh-Sijthoff.