Stateline, by Dave Stanton

Stateline was a wonderfully gritty, incredibly descriptive, and realistic take on the classic detective. Dan Reno, while working on the side of the law and justice, isn’t exactly the cleanest man himself, which was a very nice spin that deviated from the norm.

At first it seems like a straightforward murder-mystery: someone dies, Reno gets hired, tracks down the perpetrators…but then things take a very dark and deep turn and the detective finds out that the lineage of corruption and death goes further than he could have imagined.
Full of relatable characters, excellent dialogue, and a myriad of twists that keep the reader engaged, I find myself becoming a fan of Reno’s later adventures.
Buy it here!

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