The End of the Road

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$26.95  $25.06
Mysterious Press
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6.37 X 9.23 X 1.22 inches | 1.34 pounds

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About the Author
Andrew Welsh-Huggins, an editor and reporter for the Associated Press in Columbus, is the author of nonfiction books on the death penalty and terrorism, and six novels about private eye Andy Hayes, an ex-Ohio State and Cleveland Browns quarterback turned investigator. Welsh-Huggins's short story "The Murderous Type" won the 2017 Al Blanchard Award for best New England short crime fiction.
The End of the Road by the talented Andrew Welsh-Huggins starts with a bang. Literally. And the tension and stakes only rise from there. This is the riveting and highly entertaining portrait of two unlikely but relentlessly determined protagonists who are seeking justice and peace at any cost. Smart, engaging, and expertly written--don't miss it.--David Bell, USA Today bestselling author of The Finalists
Noirish until near the very end, THE END OF THE ROAD has an especially heart-thumping climax. Andrew Welsh-Huggins has some serious writing skills on full display.-- "Deadly Pleasures"
Hardboiled, All-American noir . . . Welsh-Huggins's vivid sense of place and incisive characterizations create a believable portrayal of both utterly depraved evil and the genuine goodness of those decent, brave few who are heroic without ever knowing it. An epic small-town mid-Western.--David Gordon, author of The Wild Life
An elegant crime story ... packed with quirky, entertaining characters and told in flowing prose that has a life of its own.... Recommend this to action fans and to anyone who can respond to golden--if blood-soaked--prose.-- "Booklist" (2/1/2023 12:00:00 AM)
A gripping novel that will latch onto you and refuse to let go all the way to its explosive end. The End of the Road sizzles with the sparks of its looming conflagration.--Lee Martin, Pulitzer Prize finalist author of The Bright Forever
A crackerjack crime yarn chockablock with miscreants and a supersonic pace.-- "Kirkus" (1/25/2023 12:00:00 AM)