All Carson Reno books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any order
When a potential client turns up dead in his Peabody Hotel room, Carson finds himself in the middle of a six-month-old armored truck robbery.
Seemingly unconnected, his longtime friend Sheriff Leroy Epsee has been suspended from duty and under investigation for the murder of a political opponent.
Going in circles, Carson believes there is a link but isn’t able to connect the dots. Things heat up quickly.
Shady characters are everywhere, and some are after Carson’s head.
Join our story and come along to help Carson find the clues, search for the truth, and try to solve the case of:
Reckoning one degree of separation
Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews
What a magnetic story in Reckoning – One Degree of Separation by Gerald Darnell. I am a definite fan of this author!
Whatever this author writes, I read. This is another great Carson Reno story, and I swear, they keep getting better and better, more intriguing. And in each book, there is always something new to learn about Reno. Murder, corruption, various clues, and Carson. He always ends up in the middle of something and reading and seeing how the pieces are put together, is magnificent. This book deserves a second read! It is a very well-written plot, and I enjoyed it. It’s one of those embraceable stories. It’s definitely un-put-downable! It is always an honor to read this author’s books. A definite attention-grabber, so much I couldn’t put it down. Both thrilling and intriguing, all the way to the end. Masterfully written! This author not only tells the story but shows it with words as well. It’s raw and thrilling, and sometimes, very chilling. Reckoning – One Degree of Separation is a definite recommendation by Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews. I hope to read more books by this author.