Huckleberry Hax has been a resident of Second Life since 2007. He is a regular performer of written work and has read aloud from his and other titles at a wide range of venues, including Milkwood, The Blue Angel, Bookstacks, Cookie, Nordan Art and The Nancy Redgrave Building. He is co-editor of the poetry journal, 'Blue Angel Landing'. He is a columnist for AVENUE magazine.
His novels include 'AFK,' 'The Day is Full of Birds' and 'My Avatars and I.' He also has a volume of poetry published: 'Old friends, learn to look behind you in the coffee queue.'
Step Stransky is dead. And everyone knows now it was murder. And everyone knows now it was Definitely Thursday who murdered him. Can Thursday stay ahead of the law long enough to complete one last mission in the metaverse?
What's a guy to do when his best friend asks him to impersonate him for an evening in Second Life? What if the person he wants fooling is his wife? And what if the impersonator has fallen in love with her before the week is over?
1989. Europe is poised on the brink of revolution; or is it? Two decades later, the consequences of one small event have turned a world on the brink of peace into a world that is hurtling towards war. Only Henry, a loner in both the real world and the online world he visits, has the power to roll everything back so that it plays out the way it was supposed to.
A Second Life® detective reflects on cases and confessions, on love, on anger, on understanding Second Life as perhaps the greatest liberator there has ever been, and on falling for the oldest trick in the book, just the same...