On the phone Hugh had said, “I’ve got something you have to see to believe. Get yourself out here.”
One year after retiring as a Master Sergeant in the 75th Rangers, this was Roman Keane’s idea of the perfect way to spend his time: jump on a motorcycle and ride from Georgia to South Dakota to see his old friend, Hugh Early. Hugh had once been Roman’s sniper instructor and was now an internationally respected historian of military firearms.
Historians, of all people, should know that the past you thought was dead and gone has a way of rising up to finish what it started.
“Breath taking action! Growing relationships, both romantic and plutonic! A murder mystery, with an historical backdrop and a few modern twists. Impossible to put down! Highly recommend!”
“If you enjoy . . . Balducci’s Will Robie, or wouldn’t dream of missing Lee Child’s latest Jack Reacher or even Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch, then drop every book right now! Pick yourself up a Road King Chronicles series . . . immerse yourself in the Roman Keane character . . . and hit the winding roads of America . . . After you turn that last page and exclaim “what an incredible ride that was,” get out there and tell the world about this new guy on the streets . . .”
“Another suspense filled adventure that I could not put down. South Dakota Dead was also interesting and educational. Where else would I find a word like parfleche? Looking forward to more of Roman Keane’s adventures.”
“This is the best of the Road King Chronicles I’ve read. There are several strands of mysterious issues that are tied up very neatly in the end. Mr. Harrigan sent me the book as I am a big fan. I had a hard time putting it down at night.”
“This is the best of the series. It grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let go. Great plot, new and delightful characters and the writing keeps you turning pages. A great read with interesting twists.”
“. . . Roman Keane is a free spirit. he doesn’t want to be tied down to any one person or place. When his old friend Hugh calls and asks for his help, e goes down to South Dakota to see what he can do . . . Lots of twists and turns and surprises along the way. Great story and great characters. I thoroughly enjoyed this series and would recommend it as a must read.”