Los Angeles: 2063
David Stalin was one of the best detectives in the business, running head-to-head with data-jackers, organ thieves, and the tech-enhanced gangs who ruled the shadowy streets of Los Angeles. He could do no wrong, until what seemed like an easy case got out of control, and left his wife dead among the abandoned ruins of old LA.
After four years of self-imposed retirement, David suddenly finds himself back on the job, struggling to unravel a crime far worse than murder. This time, he's not the hunter. As he's about to discover, the past isn't finished with him yet.
"...a smart, action-packed mystery thriller set in a future reminiscent of Blade Runner. Edwards combines the mind-twisting surrealism of Philip K. Dick with the hard-boiled characters of Elmore Leonard. I can't wait for the next one!" -- JAK KOKE, Bestselling author of 'THE EDGE OF CHAOS' and 'THE TERMINUS EXPERIMENT'
"Fresh and surprising at every turn, DOME CITY BLUES by Jeff Edwards delivers first-rate adventure, high-thrills, and a vision of the future that will keep you fascinated. With this book, my only advice is enjoy!" -- GAYLE LYNDS, New York Times bestselling author of 'THE BOOK OF SPIES'
"Take the intelligence of a Neal Stephenson novel, add a heaping helping of Richard K. Morgan kick-ass, fold in a cup or two of real world technical knowledge and an eye in the future, and then put the result in a noir dystopia bleak enough to make Philip K Dick and William Gibson shed a few tears. Bake at 2000 degrees. You now have an idea of what Jeff Edwards has in store for you in DOME CITY BLUES." -- PATRICK HEFFERNAN, Mysterious Galaxy Books
"Ex-private detective David Stalin inhabits a world you might not want to live in, but you definitely want to visit. Whether or not you'll survive the trip is anybody's guess... but you won't stop flipping the pages until you're done." -- JEFF MARIOTTE, Author of 'THE BURNING SEASON,' and 'CITY UNDER THE SAND'
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Jeff Edwards is a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer, and an Anti-Submarine Warfare Specialist. His naval career spanned more than two decades and half the globe - from chasing Soviet nuclear attack submarines during the Cold War, to launching cruise missiles in the Persian Gulf. Collectively, his novels have won the Admiral Nimitz Award for Outstanding Naval Fiction, the Reader’s Choice Award, the Clive Cussler Grandmaster Award for Adventure Writing, and the American Author Medal. He lives in California, where he consults for the Department of Defense.
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