Haunt is a tripping-balls Los Angeles noir, where a
mysterious dame drags you through a time-warping Bizarro hall of
mirrors. She's the girl of your dreams. Too bad she's dead. OR IS SHE?
In Haunt, "you" are the hapless corporate tool and rock star wannabe
turned private Dick. Here, even your most inconsequential choices can
make all the difference between a Hollywood ending on the beach and
sucking cock for clues. This is genial lowbrow high lit weirdness:
the funny, punchy cousin of Danielewski's House of Leaves, a Vonnegut
and Salinger paté on a choose-your-own cracker, with a lapdance from
Nancy Drew. As much fun to make as it is to eat!
Laura Lee Bahr is an
award-winning indie actor/playwrite/screenwriter with a gift for the
hilariously, tragically absurd. Haunt is her first novel.