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STATELINE: A Dan Reno Novel (Volume 1)
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Dave Stanton is the author of five novels in the Dan Reno private eye series. They don't need to be read chronologically to be enjoyed, but for all those who wish to understand, the arrangement is: Stateline, Dying for the Highlife, Speed Metal Blues, Black Ice, and Hard Prejudice.
The Doomsday Girl, book #6 at the Dan Reno show, will be available in mid-2017.
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Born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1960, Dave Stanton transferred into Northern California in 1961. He Got a BA in journalism from San Jose State University in 1983. Through the years, he was employed as a bartender, paper advertisements agency, furniture mover, debt collector, along with technology salesman. He's two children, Austin and Haley, and resides with his wife, Heidi, at San Jose, California.
Stanton's five novels all feature private investigator Dan Reno along with his ex-cop friend, Cody Gibbons.
COMMENTS FROM DAVE STANTON, ON WRITING STATELINE
This was 2001, and the dot.com bubble was bursting. My timing was bad - a few months past I had left a steady job to work for a "promising" startup which provided more money. As a salesman, I immediately realized the product I hired me to sell was doomed. I drew this conclusion despite claims differently by some clever (and temporarily wealthy) individuals. Like many during that moment, they were sucked into an illusion.
I sat at my cubicle in Silicon Valley, regretful, certain I would be jobless soon. The clients I had been delegated had all considered my proposals and firmly declined. I had nothing to do, and the boredom was killing me. Spontaneously, I started composing.
Three weeks after I was at a new See all Dave Stanton products
Richard Houston was employed as a profession for 20 years while taking college courses whenever he could. After getting a bachelor's degree in mathematics he spent another 25 years as a successful software engineer. Although he discovered success in those professions, he always dreamed of writing a book. He chased that craft by carrying every creative writing course that he can. Somehow his poems and short stories generally had a dog as a major character. One in particular, Begging Not for Love, was published by the Mendocino Review.
Richard now lives and writes in his lake house in Missouri where he and his wife are raising their granddaughter, two dachshunds, and a rescue dog that's largely Golden Retreiver.