Ten-Seven

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    download books from your favorite authors on Apple books of the police force to a surprising conclusion, though not before tragedy strikes one of their own This isn t the only thing Penns River has on its plate A consent decree signed with the federal government has brought three new female officers to the force, and Deputy Chief Jack Harriger continues his push to take over the top job from Stush Napierkowski Doc learns his young friend Wilver Faison may be a key player in the local drug trade and one Penns River cop has a secret he d just as soon keep to himself Meanwhile, Pittsburgh mob boss Mike Mannarino faces increasing pressure from his bosses in New York, so much so he s thinking of reaching out to Chicago for protection What the rest of his crew has to decide is whether Chicago is the only other organization Mike might make an arrangement with It s another week in the town of Penns River, with distractions that range from petty vandalism to a bridge jumper keeping the cops full attention away from the critical task at hand."/>
  • Paperback
  • 284 pages
  • Ten-Seven
  • Dana King
  • 19 February 2019
  • 1946502650

About the Author: Dana King

By day Dana King works at an undisclosed location It s not classified he s just not going to tell you He has lived in and around Atlanta, Boston, the Maryland suburbs of Washington DC, Chicago, Northern Virginia, and back to the DC suburbs again He served three years in the Army, and has worked as a musician, teacher, computer network engineer, pre sales software consultant, general manager of a coin operated laundry company, and as a systems administrator Steady, gainful, employment has long been an issueDana s writing has appeared in such venues as New Mystery Reader, Powder Burn Flash, A Twist of Noir, Mysterical E, and the original Thuglit web site His short story, Green Gables, appeared in Thuglit s print anthology, Blood, Guts, and WhiskeyDana s first self published novel, Wild Bill, is the story of an FBI investigation disrupted by a mob war in Chicago His second, Worst Enemies, is a tale of deceit and murder in a small Pennsylvania town In August a PI novel, A Small Sacrifice will become available for KindleHis first traditionally published novel, Grind Joint, will be released by Stark House on November .


Ten-Seven[EPUB] ✰ Ten-Seven By Dana King – Johndore.co.uk Vicki Leydig thought she was going to have a few drinks with her friend Mary and maybe get to spend a little time with Doug Strinweiss at the Allegheny Casino She didn t expect Doug to offer her a rid Vicki Leydig thought she was going to have a few drinks with her friend Mary and maybe get to spend a little time with Doug Strinweiss at the Allegheny Casino She didn t expect Doug to offer her a ride home, and she sure didn t expect to watch a stranger blow Doug s head off in the parking lot Penns River police don t have much to go on until Detective Ben Doc Dougherty interviews casino employees and learns of drug deals going down in and around the property Leads show promise and fall apart with depressing frequency until the local prosecutor turns a minor charge into a statement that leads Doc and the rest of the police force to a surprising conclusion, though not before tragedy strikes one of their own This isn t the only thing Penns River has on its plate A consent decree signed with the federal government has brought three new female officers to the force, and Deputy Chief Jack Harriger continues his push to take over the top job from Stush Napierkowski Doc learns his young friend Wilver Faison may be a key player in the local drug trade and one Penns River cop has a secret he d just as soon keep to himself Meanwhile, Pittsburgh mob boss Mike Mannarino faces increasing pressure from his bosses in New York, so much so he s thinking of reaching out to Chicago for protection What the rest of his crew has to decide is whether Chicago is the only other organization Mike might make an arrangement with It s another week in the town of Penns River, with distractions that range from petty vandalism to a bridge jumper keeping the cops full attention away from the critical task at hand.

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10 thoughts on “Ten-Seven

  1. Lou says:

    Ten Seven is the fourth novel in the Penns River series featuring Detective Ben Doc Dougherty, however, it works very well as a standalone too This is a wickedly plotted story that you can tell Mr King has thought long and hard about it also moves at a brisk pace, and I admit, I raced through it in a matter of fun filled hours The characters are flawed, real and superbly developed I found the whole reading experience absorbing and entertaining, as there was action galore There are drug de Ten Seven is the fourth novel in the Penns River series featuring Detective Ben Doc Dougherty, however, it works very well as a standalone too This is a wickedly plotted story that you can tell Mr King has thought long and hard about it also moves at a brisk pace, and I admit, I raced through it in a matter of fun filled hours The characters are flawed, real and superbly developed I found the whole reading experience absorbing and entertaining, as there was action galore There are drug dealers, mob bosses and dysfunctional killers it s just another day in Penns River I look forward to readingfrom this series in the future.Many thanks to Down Out Books for an ARC

  2. Linda Strong says:

    10 7 Out of ServiceVicki and Mary have been to the casino and drinking and having fun They ran into a friend of theirs, Doug, and persuaded him to take them home, as it was well known that Doug would have one one beer the entire evening, thus was safe to drive.In the parking lot, a man approaches the car they ve all just got it He walks up to the car, asks a question of Doug, then calmly pulls a gun and shoots him in the face.The assault becomes a murder investigation when Doug dies later in t 10 7 Out of ServiceVicki and Mary have been to the casino and drinking and having fun They ran into a friend of theirs, Doug, and persuaded him to take them home, as it was well known that Doug would have one one beer the entire evening, thus was safe to drive.In the parking lot, a man approaches the car they ve all just got it He walks up to the car, asks a question of Doug, then calmly pulls a gun and shoots him in the face.The assault becomes a murder investigation when Doug dies later in the hospital The witnesses are of little help. they never saw the shooter s face Detective Doc Dougherty starts interviewing casino employees who knew the victimLeads show promise and fall apart with depressing frequency until the local prosecutor turns a minor charge into a statement that leads Doc and the rest of the police force to a surprising conclusion, though not before tragedy strikes one of their own.It s another week in Penns River, with distractions that range from petty vandalism to a bridge jumper keeping the cops full attention away from the critical task at hand.Book 4 of the Penns River Crime Series is as action packed as the previous books in this particular series It reads okay as a stand alone, but would bepotent having read the entire series This is a well written police procedural with credible characters filled with suspense, danger, even some wry humor here and there.Many thanks to the author Down and Out Books Netgalley for the digital copy of this crime fiction Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own

  3. Sue Em says:

    Police procedural set in small town Western Pennsylvania A shooting in a casino parking lot is the focal point but workings and internal relationships within Penn River PD really drive the story Level of detail and authenticity leads me to believe the writer must have some connection to a local police deapartment outside of Pittsburgh.Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

  4. Seana says:

    This is the fourth outing in King s Penns River series, featuring Detective Ben Dougherty and a host of recurring characters In an interview for Crime Spree magazine, King describes Penns River as a fictional version of a three city area in western Pennsylvania that King grew up in and returns to often After a death in a casino parking lot, Dougherty is called in to investigate, and because it s a casino, the local mob connections can t be far away There s a large cast of characters and proba This is the fourth outing in King s Penns River series, featuring Detective Ben Dougherty and a host of recurring characters In an interview for Crime Spree magazine, King describes Penns River as a fictional version of a three city area in western Pennsylvania that King grew up in and returns to often After a death in a casino parking lot, Dougherty is called in to investigate, and because it s a casino, the local mob connections can t be far away There s a large cast of characters and probably the best thing to do is to start the first in the series, Worst Enemies, because there are a lot of people with continuing story lines But I haven t read the books in consecutive order and I got by, as the backstory is brought in deftly One of the interesting threads in this novel features three women cops who have been brought onto the police force in Penns River by a federal decree I appreciated that this played out as not just one story but several different stories, as the men and women all assess each other in their new relations I was quite impressed with the unexpected slam bang opening, although it might not have the same impact if you read about it in the intro from Goodreads and some of the reviews So don t just jump in

  5. Annarella says:

    A very good mystery with an engaging plot and an interesting cast of characters.The book is well written and the characters are fleshed out.Recommended Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC

  6. Sandra Berryman says:

    A good solid mystery with interesting characters I found the caught up in the story, reading late into the night I would recommend this book for anyone who enjoys mystery thrillers I received an e book from NetGalley in return for an unbiased review.