August Hahn


August Hahn is an American (mostly) writer of science fiction, fantasy and roleplaying materials. Between his work with the RPGA (Roleplaying Gaming Association) and multiple personal campaigns, he has been roleplaying for very nearly three decades and is both proud and
profoundly depressed by that fact.

Born in 1971, his military family moved around a great deal, affording him the chaos and blessing of life in dozens of different countries.
This has provided him with a montage of an accent, hesitation at spelling words like valor/valour and a fondness for cities like Chicago, London and New York (more confused whirlpools of cultures do
not exist on this or any other planet).

His first major fantasy novel, Rise of the Agarashi - Glory and Greed, was published a few years ago. The second book in the series, Sand and
Sorrow, is done and currently awaiting publication. He is actively working on Books 3 of the novel series and the first novel of a new

Running Wilde, his first eBook offering, is out now and ready to be devoured. He hopes the taste agrees with people.


Running Wilde
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 53,190. Language: English. Published: January 6, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Occult, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
Kevin Wilde, a down-on-his-luck private eye, receives the biggest case of his lackluster career - a request to investigate a murder in one of the richest parts of New York City. With nothing more than a name, an address and a couple of unlikely allies, Kevin has to seek out the truth behind one murder while trying desperately not to become the next victim. Even worse, he has to do it sober...

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mystery    new york    paranormal    supernatural    suspense