"The intricate plot is ingeniously executed so that all pieces of the puzzle fit together in the end. The prose is top notch...distinctively original structure..." —The BookLife Prize
ASSASSINATED: The crusading politician who saved hundreds of San Francisco homes from the bulldozers of a big developer.
ACCUSED: A mysterious young loner who speaks his own unique dialect of English and refuses to answer questions.
UNEXPECTED: A woman who will risk her promising future for a man without a past.
When teacher-turned-deckhand Steve Ondelle is framed for the killing of a San Francisco Supervisor, he tumbles into a world of billion-dollar deals and bizarre sexual adventures, a world where hard evidence depicts him as a misfit who turns to murder.
From the piers of Sausalito to the penthouses of San Francisco, Steve searches for answers, with unlikely allies like Leonard the Human Statue, Eli of the Coral Reef, The Prophet of Market Street...and Liam the Fog Seller.
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"Compelling, mysterious, tender and moving, The Fog Seller adds layers of psychological and emotional depth to what would be, on its own, an intriguing mystery story. The author's web of story is deftly woven, unveiling the protagonist's hidden depths along with the mystery, while a host of quirky, lively, vivid minor characters add color to the scene. Beautifully written, a loving ode to San Francisco and the oddballs that make it the marvelous city it is, The Fog Sellerwill charm the mind and warm the heart." —IndieReader
Don Daglow is the Emmy® Award winning creator of Neverwinter Nights™, which ran for six years on AOL. His novel The Fog Seller has won multiple major independent book awards for fiction, and his non-fiction From Dream to Delivery books are also multiple award-winners. Don's family has lived in San Francisco and Marin for five generations, and were survivors of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire who camped out in Golden Gate Park after their home was destroyed. His passion for this unique setting shines through in The Fog Seller, which even long-time locals have described as introducing them to new places in the area. He works near the Sausalito Ferry, and he and his wife Marta have lived in three different Sausalito neighborhoods.