JOE PEACE, published by ShelfStealers, was a semi-finalist for the 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award.
New Orleans, Louisiana (PRWEB) April 13, 2013
Just like his cop turned drug lord anti-hero Joe Peace, Kerry Dunn is a wanted man. The Louisiana Book Festival has invited him to be a featured author this year, and he was also invited to appear and introduce his novel at the Louisiana Library Association’s 2013 Annual Conference at the Hilton Capitol Center in March.
JOE PEACE, published by ShelfStealers, was a semi-finalist for the 2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. Set in Austin, Texas, Peace is a homicide detective with a crack habit in a disastrous affair with his female partner, Cassie. Eventually entering rehab he exits as a member, then leader, of a local drug gang. The action revs up evolving into an internecine campaign of both cops and thugs with you know who as the target. Dunn is often compared to authors like Elmore Leonard, Don Winslow and Dennis Lehane.
JOE PEACE is enjoying brisk sales, while his assiduously growing fan base is hounding him for a sequel. Engaging and sensational, no two Dunn events are identical.
GalleyCat, an internet magazine subtitled The First Word on the Book Publishing Industry, included JOE PEACE in their highly publicized Most Overlooked Books of 2012: A Literary Mixtape.
Garden District Book Shop is located at 2727 Prytania Street, New Orleans. Copies of JOE PEACE will be available for purchase, and may be reserved by calling 504.895.2266.
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