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Perfect little filler and lead in to Drainland

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A political operative in search of a Senator’s wayward son. A vice-ridden tropical island. This case is way, way too much…

John Dannen is a mysterious and violent man, employed by a powerful Senator. The Senator’s son is causing trouble and even worse, he’s doing it on Tunnel Island, a neon hell-hole run by gambling conglomerates, organized crime and a corrupt police force. But the case is simple enough: hand-deliver a message, get out alive..

On Tunnel Island, Dannen quickly finds himself in conflict with a dangerous and weird collection of local residents. Out of his depth and desperate, he’s forced to improvise, with bloody and unexpected results.

Two Days is the prequel to Drainland, Book 1 in a new series of noir crime mysteries. If you like hardboiled stories, gritty crime mysteries, and a dash of tropical paradise, then you’ll love Iain Ryan’s fast-paced page-turner.

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A political operative in search of a Senator’s wayward son. A vice-ridden tropical island. This case is way, way too much…

John Dannen is a mysterious and violent man, employed by a powerful Senator. The Senator’s son is causing trouble and even worse, he’s doing it on Tunnel Island, a neon hell-hole run by gambling conglomerates, organized crime and a corrupt police force. But the case is simple enough: hand-deliver a message, get out alive..

On Tunnel Island, Dannen quickly finds himself in conflict with a dangerous and weird collection of local residents. Out of his depth and desperate, he’s forced to improvise, with bloody and unexpected results.

Two Days is the prequel to Drainland, Book 1 in a new series of noir crime mysteries. If you like hardboiled stories, gritty crime mysteries, and a dash of tropical paradise, then you’ll love Iain Ryan’s fast-paced page-turner.

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Submitted by Karen on Tue, 02/08/2016 - 07:04 pm