Meet the McGraws. They’re not criminals. They’re outlaws. They have made a living by driving anything and everything for the Stanleys, the criminal family who has been employing them for decades. It’s ended with Tucker. He’s gone straight, much to the disappointment of his father, Webb.
When Webb vanishes after a job, and with him a truck load of drugs, the Stanleys want their drugs back or their money. With the help from his grandfather, Calvin-the original lead foot-Tucker is about to learn a whole lot about the family business in a crash course that might just get him killed.
Praise for RUMRUNNERS:
“By far the most fun I’ve had reading a novel in a long time.” —Stuart MacBride, author of A Dark So Deadly
“I stayed up half one night reading Rumrunners. Man, I love that book. Terrific. Dark magic.” —Ken Bruen, author of the Jack Taylor series
“Buckle up... Rumrunners is a fast and furious read.” —Samuel W. Gailey, author of Deep Winter
“Rumrunners just never lets up. It’s a fuel-injected, mile-a-minute thrill ride. I had a blast.” —Grant Jerkins, author of A Very Simple Crime and Abnormal Man
“Few contemporary writers do justice to the noir tradition the way Eric Beetner does. Others try to emulate and mimic; Beetner just takes the form and cuts his own jagged, raw and utterly readable path. Rumrunners is the latest example of his great storytelling skills, and his uncompromising commitment to the dark, often violent truth at the center of the human heart.” —Gar Anthony Haywood, author of the Aaron Gunner series
“Beetner is an old school talent, a crime writer’s crime writer like Gil Brewer (although, in my humble opinion, he’s better than Brewer), who writes stuff that is fast and funny and dark all at once.” —Jake Hinkson, author of Hell On Church St. and The Big Ugly
Praise for Eric Beetner:
“To be blunt, he’s the 21st century’s answer to Jim Thompson.” —LitReactor
“Eric Beetner seems to have a formula that he has used for every book he has published: Fun plot + believable characters + witty dialogue + breakneck pace = novel that knocks your socks off.” —Regular Guy Reading Noir
“Beetner has a keen eye on how to plot a book that never allows the reader a chance to catch their breath.” —Out of the Gutter