The Night Trilogy

The Night Trilogy follows detective Harold Peterson as he unravels a conspiracy running to the highest levels of society in New Angeles.  When technology isn’t enough to solve a murder mystery, Harold must fall back on good old detective work.  But when he starts to turn over clues, he begins to unravel a conspiracy that others desperately want to stay hidden.


In New Angeles, crime is part of the daily business of running the city.  But when a routine murder investigation starts turning up more questions than answers, homicide detective Harold Peterson finds himself unraveling a decades-old conspiracy that leads him to the highest echelons of the mob and the city government.  As various threads start to come together, the big picture is revealed to be more than he ever bargained for.  As bullets start to fly from both directions, the only thing Harold knows for sure is that he isn’t being paid enough to deal with this.

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Bass builds an engaging world in few words and drags the reader in. His characters are vivid against the cyberpunk world of New Angeles. I couldn’t put down this novella and when I got to the end, I was asking where’s the next one!? – 5-Star Amazon Review

Well color me satisfied! This page turner kept me guessing all the way to the end, through twists and turns of descriptive settings you are drawn into a world that blossoms in your mind. The only problem with it? It ends before the story is fully known… I have to wait for book 2! – 5-Star Goodreads Review


Harold must continue his investigation outside of the bounds of the law if he wants to get to the bottom of the conspiracy entangling New Angeles and clear his name. Going off the grid isn’t easy in the connected world of the future, but he has no other choice.



Finally loosing faith in the system, Harold takes matters into his own hands and begins to dispense justice from the barrel of a gun. Will he finally clean up this city, or will his one-man crusade be the end of him?