About Heaven’s Door, a Novel by J. Kilburn
Organized crime. An undercover police officer. A murder. An accidental witness. These are the elements of a unique story about love, loss, adventure, hope, and terror: Heaven’s Door, a Novel by J. Kilburn. Part noir crime novel, part historical fiction, part suspense-thriller, and part bad-ass biker story, this genre-busting book introduces the fictional TOPDOGS Motorcycle club and plunges readers into a richly-described Organized Crime underworld set in a major port city. Inspired by actual events and woven into and against the backdrop of a very real gang war that occurred in Quebec in the 1990’s, this story is a lurid, riveting, and cautionary tale of what happens when a spur-of-the-moment decision – throw in your lot with a cute biker boyfriend who you know far too little about – snowballs into major regrets and danger. The story starts with the murder of the undercover police officer and follows the girlfriend – the sole witness of the murder – as she is unwillingly and unwittingly pulled deeper and deeper into an organized crime underworld and biker culture while the fallout of her boyfriend’s murder unfolds.
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J. Kilburn lives a quiet and private life somewhere in New England, after spending time living and working in Vermont, Massachusetts, Illinois, Minnesota, and on the Eastern Shore of America’s Sixth Great Lake. Kilburn enjoys hiking, gardening, literature old and new, and learning the fiddle. Kilburn and a treasured Spousemate enjoy visiting art museums, city parks, mountain-tops, and secluded, out-of-the-way fishing villages on the Maine coast. Kilburn enjoys reading works by Neville Shute, Farley Mowat, Howard Frank Mosher, Archer Mayor, and Robert B. Parker. Kilburn wrote a full-page, deep-issue investigative article published in a local New England newspaper in 2011, and enjoys writing short stories as a hobby. Heaven’s Door, a Novel, is his first book.