Traveling The Dark road

The Dark Road is the place to begin if you are a first timer to Zack Toliver, FBI, novels. As one reviewer puts it, “You don’t have to read this series sequentially, but I recommend doing so. I enjoy a series so much more reading it that way.” Each novel is intended to be read as a grab-it-off-the -shelf stand-alone story. All are meant to entertain.

For those who have not yet experienced the adventures of Zack Tolliver and Eagle Feather, or for those who have but missed reading this prequel, we are offering it free for three days in early April, beginning Thursday the 8th through Saturday the 10th, on

The book is technically a novella, at a hundred thirty-nine pages in paperback format, written initially for inclusion in a three-author, three-book anthology entitled Western Justice, which is now available only in eBook format. Given its popularity, and its chronological place at the beginning of the Zack Tolliver series, we released The Dark Road individually as both an eBook and a paperback.

Other than CAT (series book #4), The Dark Road may be the most Navajo Nation-centered of the series so far, where the other novels either leave the Navajo Nation in pursuit of their mystery, or begin within other tribal centered cultures. A reviewer writes, ” I’ve read through Tony Hillerman’s Navajo Nation Jim Chee/Joe Leaphorn several times, so I’ve been looking for an author whose books are also set there. I’m excited to have found this author…”

Whether your interest is the Navajo Nation, a good mystery, or a rousing adventure, we believe you will find The Dark Road a fascinating, and for a few days, free, place to journey.

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