Like all the farm hands for the Harvester brand Curtis knows that the key to success is hard work and team work. He is close friends with GLENN and of the HARVESTER family. Curtis was brought onto the farm as part of a Steps to Work programme brought City Hall. After three months in Coldford Correctional (better known as The Boss) for house breaking his choice was continue serving his time or contribute to society with manual labour. His choice changed his life.
Curtis’ job isn’t all fun on the farm. He also spends time as a porter in HARBOUR HOUSE rehabilitation clinic. He was a dry wit and a dark view of the world which serves him well with some of the duties he is required to carry out for either of his occupations. Most of his recent work tasks would see him back in The Boss.
Julia Harvester is a nice girl. She is kind, sweet and used to being posed in all the best positions. She is the perfect artist’s muse. Click HERE to read the full story.
Curtis has seen a lot as working on Harvester farm. When the farm is taken over by the eminent Dr Winslow, his job opens up.
We have the official release date for Harbour House coming your way soon. In the meantime here are George and Cecil ready to welcome you to the city’s premier rehabilitation clinic.
No matter your ailment. No matter what you are recovering from you are guaranteed to feel better. You will be in the safe hands on of the best physicians in Coldford. If that doesn’t give you peace of mind we don’t know what will.
Coming in 2020 stay tuned for more.
In the meantime you can get caught up with our three main residents by following their stories and seeing what brought them to such a place.
Resident 1310: David Finn.
A truly terrific artist but his drug addiction made him a fine addition to Harbour House.
A star in her day and the owner of the infamous KNOCK KNOCK CLUB. She called out a powerful family for a horrific cover up of sexual abuse of underage girls. The attack in response was so traumatic it led her to Harbour House.
Click HERE to read the complete season 1 of the KNOCK KNOCK graphic novel series.
All three stories merge in Harbour House in an explosive new novel.
Former beauty queen. Crowned KINGSGATE Queen in #### .
Defect showed signs of liver failure, glaucoma and cell death in the heart and lungs due to a prolonged addiction to heroin.
Whilst vital organs were of little use for transplantation, Cerebral tissue was taken for further studies at FILTON University Medical School (my own alma mater) as well as gastrocnemius muscle tissue. Details of the transaction are enclosed within.
A costly upkeep. Defect 2802 has become more problematic than useful. Her future will be discussed at the next meeting of the HARBOUR HOUSE Board. Given her familial connections discretion in her care is of the utmost importance.
Signed: Dr G. Winslow
The Harbour House rehab facility is the brain child of the eminent Dr Winslow. When a notice from the High Court asks him to open it’s doors transparency may be a little problematic.
Brendan is the head of the Mack clan and owner of Shady City’s finest whiskey distillery. His family brand has been enjoyed for generations and it is a dynasty that aims to carry on for years to come. Suppliers of the KNOCK KNOCK CLUB. An arrangement that was made with his good friend TAWNY MCINNEY aka the Baroness.
Brendan is no stranger to trouble nor is he shy of it. Confined to a wheel chair he won’t let that hold him back. He was there the night the Knock Knock club was burnt out in an attack. He will always be there for his friends and even such violence won’t frighten him away.
He’s a native of the town of BELLFIELD, a small suburb just outside the city. His brand sponsors the football team and provided the stadium MACK and Sons arena. Located on Love Street – an area with huge cultural significance to those from Bellfield.
Father of four boys Kieran, PADDY, Aiden and Alfie and one daughter Siobhan the Macks are a tight family group. They may be uncivilised to some but no one can’t fault their loyalty. It is a trait that Brendan encourages in his children and his workers/. As the man says, “if people can’t count on ya then yer no feckin’ good for anything.”
Complete season 1 of the Knock Knock graphic novel series is free to read HERE.