Bring the Night: A Nate Ross Novel

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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.4 inches | 0.57 pounds

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About the Author
Award-winning author J.R. Sanders is a native Midwesterner and longtime denizen of the L.A. suburbs. His nonfiction articles appear in such periodicals as Law & Order and Wild West magazines. His books include Some Gave All, which gives true accounts of forgotten Old West lawmen killed in the line of duty. J.R.'s first Nate Ross novel, Stardust Trail - a detective story set among the B-Western film productions of 1930s Hollywood - was a 2021 Spur Award Finalist (for Best Historical Novel), and Silver Falchion Award Finalist (for Best Investigator). Bring the Night is the third novel in the Nate Ross series.

"Do you ever wish someone would uncover an unknown Raymond Chandler or Dashiell Hammett-a genuine, hard-boiled novel with gumshoes and molls that has you checking the rounds in your roscoe and flipping pages like a flivver? Well, meet J.R. Sanders's Bring The Night starring Nate Ross, a PI with a rhythm and poetry all his own, navigating the City of Angels with clipped wings." - Craig Johnson, author of the Walt Longmire Series

"With a knack for clever turns of phrase and an ability to drop the reader smack-dab in the middle of 1939 Los Angeles, fans of J R Sanders' Nate Ross are in for another time traveling treat with "Bring the Night" that will keep them guessing all the way through this hard-boiled private eye labyrinth." - Martin Turnbull, author Hollywood's Garden of Allah novels

"J.R. Sanders' novel (Dead-Bang Fall) is a solid addition to L.A.'s noir literary canon. More Nate Ross, please." - Joan Renner, true crime historian, TV commentator, and author (The First with the Latest!: Aggie Underwood, the Los Angeles Herald, and the Sordid Crimes of a City)

"The plot (Stardust Trail) has more twists and turns than a snorty bronc, taking you through the world of low-budget Westerns and lowlife hoods, down mean streets and into rugged canyons. It's a wild ride, but a fun one all the way." - Western Way Magazine