Cartwright and Enfield Detective Agency had shuttered its doors under what they call mysterious circumstances. After a catastrophic destruction of their offices in Manhattan, and the Cartwright half of the equation missing and presumed dead, Frank Enfield winds up in Bellevue. When he gets out, he’s looking for a little relaxing R&R in upstate New York, but a mysterious Librarian has other plans. Frank Enfield is flung out of the frying pan and into flames of that weird shit, the other side of town run by the boys in the back room, and he finds he just might have a taste for that kind of work.
Aaron Vlek is a storyteller whose work focuses primarily on the trickster as bringer of delight and proponent of disquieting humors. Many of her short stories, delve into around the goings on of the jinn, and of a universal imagining of the Native American character, Coyote. Some works are historical in setting while others hail from the contemporary and urban landscape. She indulges from time to time in the reimagining of classic themes of Lovecraftian horror and the occult. Aaron is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College where she spent most of her time writing.