Dead End (Carson Reno Mystery Series Book 13) by Gerald W. Darnell – #MysteryThriller&Suspense, #Mystery


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All Carson Reno, Mystery Series Books, are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.
Is this the end of Carson Reno? Has he finally reached the end of the road – his ‘Dead End’? Is this Carson’s last adventure?
While trying to protect a client for Jack Logan, Carson finds himself in the middle of a family feud – a deadly feud with skeletons AND bodies hidden in all the family closets.
Murder, blackmail, infidelity, counterfeit money and, of course, the Mafia send Carson in search of a client that doesn’t want to be found. In fact, finding the client could turn out to be the worst solution for Carson Reno and his friends.
Join Carson as he follows clues and stumbles down a road of mystery. A road with a bad ending – a ‘Dead Ending’!
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Wow! What a great read. “Dead End,” throws the reader back in time to the 1960s to follow the wild and unpredictable adventures of Carson Reno, private detective. Through a complex and exciting story, Gerald W. Darnell manages to illuminate the debaucherous cunning of classic gangsters as well as the dedicated heroics of the people hired to catch these crooks. The opening is enthralling, and the ending is unforgettable; definitely grab a copy today.
Darnell also asserts the fact that his Carnon Reno books are all PG rated, so feel free to pass them on to the young ones.
Chase scenes: there are too few car chases in thrillers these days, but “Dead End,” delivers all the twisted metal and nervous speed you can handle.
Side characters: the extra folks in this book are multifaceted and compelling.
Series: this seems like a strange positive note, but “Dead End,” is the thirteenth book in the “Carson Reno,” series. Thirteen novels and still awesome is a massive achievement.
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