K. Sean Harris

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K. Sean Harris
Born Kingston, Jamaica
Nationality Template:Flagicon Jamaican
Occupation Author
Known for bestselling adult fiction,

K. Sean Harris is a Jamaican national bestselling author and one of the Caribbean's most exciting and prolific author of adult contemporary fiction.[1] He resides in Kingston, Jamaica. He has written 16 books - 4 anthologies and 12 novels - since 2005.[2] His first book, an anthology, Erotic Jamaican Tales, was published in the summer of 2005. This was followed by the critically acclaimed More Erotic Jamaican Tales eight months later.

K. Sean Harris is also the Managing Editor of LMH Publishing Ltd., the Caribbean's leading general book publisher. He has co-authored the LMH Official Dictionary series with L. Mike Henry. He resides in Kingston, Jamaica. He has written 16 books - 4 anthologies and 12 novels - since 2005.

K. Sean loves sports and is an avid boxing, track & field, basketball, soccer and (NFL) football fan. Other interests include music, philosophy, history, pop culture, technology, global trends and fashion. He reads as much as he writes and some of his favourite books are The Autobiography of Malcolm X, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, The Secret, King Rat and Shogun. Some of his favourite fiction authors, other than himself, are James Clavell, Robert Ludlum, Sidney Sheldon, Harold Robbins, John Grisham and Dan Brown.

Bibliography

  • DETOUR - 2013
  • BLOOD OF ANGELS II - 2013
  • QUEEN OF THE DAMNED - 2012
  • THE KINGDOM OF DEATH - 2012
  • BLOOD OF ANGELS - 2011
  • THE STUD 2 - 2011
  • KISS OF DEATH - 2010
  • THE SEX FILES VOL. 2 - 2010
  • THE GARRISON 2009
  • THE HEART COLLECTOR - 2009
  • DEATH INCARNATE - 2008
  • THE SEX FILES - 2008
  • THE STUD - 2007
  • MERCHANTS OF DEATH - 2006
  • MORE EROTIC JAMAICAN TALES -2006
  • EROTIC JAMAICAN TALES – 2005

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