The Ragged End of Nowhere

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Product Details

Price
$35.99  $33.11
Publisher
St. Martins Press-3PL
Publish Date
Pages
262
Dimensions
6.36 X 0.96 X 8.56 inches | 0.78 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780312582531
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About the Author

ROY CHANEY has worked as a military journalist, photographer, newspaper editor, and as an investigator for the federal government. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri.

Reviews

"Easily one of the most polished and assured first crime novels I've ever read. Whether it's the glitz of Las Vegas or the underworld of Paris and Berlin, Roy Chaney really knows how to put you at the scene of the crime and ratchet up the suspense. Connoisseurs of Chandler and Connelly have a new author to devour." --Jason Starr, author of The Follower and Panic Attack

"Can a novel be 'retro' and fresh at the same time? Apparently, because Chaney's book is just that, a smart new take on a classic genre. If you think you've read the last word on Las Vegas, then you should check out The Ragged End of Nowhere." --Don Winslow, author of The Dawn Patrol


"Bodo Hagen is a new breed of private eye who makes a very special debut in The Ragged End of Nowhere. Roy Chaney exhibits the sure hand of an old pro as he describes Bodo's hunt to find his brother's killer amidst the flash and glitter of present-day Las Vegas. This is one of the best P.I. book titles in many years. Hopefully, Bodo is already booked for a return engagement in Sin City." --Robert J. Randisi, author of The Rat Pack series

"This action-packed plot zips from beautiful, but crooked antique dealers to local crime czars to tough-as-nails Foreign Legionnaires. Though set in the sleazy underside of present day Las Vegas, the author successfully recreates a 1940's noir atmosphere: a "lone wolf looking for justice," tough grifters, and beautiful, scheming women. . . . This gritty plot mixed with some dashes of humor make this an entertaining read." --Deadly Pleasures