Leigh Binder


Leigh Binder is a transgressional fiction writer who studied English and Philosophy at the Universityof Washington. In addition to How to Kill Harry, he’s also written two collections of flash fiction, two poetry books and three controversial plays which were so off Broadway they were in Brooklyn. Angst ridden, outrageous, defiant, neurotic and addicted, his protagonists are a myriad of late night lotharios, junkies, thieves and hookers with hearts of gold. The antagonists are societal gatekeepers who would love to fill in the sidewalk cracks of which they live. Originally from Los Angeles, he currently lives on the California central coast and is working on a new novel.

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How to Kill Harry
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 76,710. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2011 by Sibling Rivalry Press. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Harry Fein, a cab driver in Boise, Idaho, is obsessed with the art of dying. Jacob Pratt, a quiet man with an abusive past, is obsessed with the art of killing. When their lives intersect, so do their obsessions, and as the real becomes surreal, there's a distinct possibility Harry won't last through the night. A Sibling Rivalry Press Digital Exclusive eBook.

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boise    fiction    harry    humor    philosophy    sibling rivalry press    suspense    thriller    violence