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Indigo Road

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Acclaim for the Jack Connor Series:


"Indigo Road is a beautifully wrought, hard-biting story with elements of classic noir presented through a prism of modern sensibilities. A fantastic read.” S.A. Cosby, bestselling author of Razorblade Tears 


“Bunzel peels away the layers of mystery like a master of the genre.” —T. Jefferson Parker, bestselling author of The Rescue

“Sweeps you in with intrigue and authority and never lets you go.” —Michael Connelly, bestselling author of the Bosch series

“Bunzel lights up the Southern sky with taut, exciting action and a memorable cast of characters.” —Michael McGarrity, bestselling author of The Long Ago

“Raw, irreverent, and witty, Reed Bunzel’s story of a tattooed war vet turned temporary private eye snaps, crackles, and pops with authenticity." —Former Secretary of Defense and bestselling author William S. Cohen

Other Crime Novels by Reed Bunzel

Greenwich Mean Time is a globe-spanning, mind-spinning thriller that will delight fans of Jason Bourne. Ronin Phythian, an assassin with extraordinary powers and a code of his own, deserves a sequel. Make that sequels.” Joseph Finder, New York Times bestselling author of House on Fire

 “Greenwich Mean Time is a rollicking good time of thrills and skills.” New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry

"Original, riveting, and with more unexpected plot twists and turns than a Disneyland roller coaster, Greenwich Mean Time is a fun read for anyone with an interest in assassination and conspiracy psychic thriller novels." Midwest Book Review

"Over-the-top action..." Publishers Weekly

"Bunzel is a kind of Willliam Faulkner of the thriller-writing world. His effortless prose crackles with color and authenticity." —Providence Journal

“Reed Bunzel totally gets the rich contradictions of coastal Carolina – the side porches and the Citadel, the society ladies and the Southern Mafia, the sweet demeanor and the killer instincts. He makes you want to move down immediately – then makes you scared to.” — Ellis Henican, NY Newsday

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