Shawn Amick and Terry Rogers’ novel “Dick, Stan Greene” is an offbeat narrative of a contemptuous private investigator who follows a twisted plot of a local murder

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Recent release “Dick, Stan Greene” from Page Publishing authors Shawn Amick and Terry Rogers seizes the attention of its readers in this Noir for a New Age.

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The dynamic duo Shawn Amick and Terry Rogers have completed the first installment of their continuing series, “Dick, Stan Greene”. Tales of murder, marijuana, and deception begin to resonate from the flourishing town built entirely from hemp.

The authors write, “’They don’t call it ‘The Town Pot Built’ for nothin’.’ Stan recalled smugly as he broke apart the last of his bud on his desk. He sat across the desolate landscape of lost cases and unpaid debts from the thin, well-dressed man. Files from past cases, never resolved, divided the distance between them. Photographs and other pages with Stan’s handwritten notes scribbled in the margin dressed the top of the desk like a menagerie of lost faces, each exhibiting its own remnants of debris left from the forgotten packed pipes and hand rolled cigarettes.”

Published by Page Publishing, Shawn Amick and Terry Rogers’ create a rousing tale of a modest private investigator from the capitol city after settling into a secretive and budding Rocky Mountain town.

The city of Potstow has a new neighbor, a middle-aged man, traipsing in the reveries of lost love, falling fail into the chaotic embrace of his new life, Stan may himself ensnared on a path of ruin, and still may become the best investigator in the city.

Readers who wish to experience this unforgettable work can purchase “Dick, Stan Greene” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, Barnes and Noble, or the official website.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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