Diamond Dane

HARD BOILED IN HEELS! 1950S ERA MYSTERY! DAVID WHITE’S ‘DIAMOND DANE’ NOW AVAILABLEDiamond Dane

Raised by one of the toughest and best private detectives in the world. Forced to be strong in her own right because of how she loved. And in the crosshairs of one of the most dangerous mobs in the country. This is every day for Chicago P.I. DIAMOND DANE. The mystery digest novel featuring this fantastic new character by author David White is now available from Pro Se Productions in print and digital formats.

Ending up in a rough situation living in San Francisco, Diamond Dane decides to put some distance between the problem. She moves to Chicago and decides to open her own detective agency which is no easy task in the 1950s for a woman, especially a lesbian. Even with that, Diamond proves her value and worth as a detective quickly and builds a network of many friends, including the love of her life, Angela. That is all threatened, however, when one night she is propositioned by an old acquaintance who also happens to be next in line to lead one of the strongest criminal outfits in the United States. Finding herself in a tangled web involving not only homegrown thugs, but also the Chinese and a priest with his own secrets, Diamond must solve all the mysteries swirling around her before her world comes crashing down.

DIAMOND DANE by David White. From Pro Se Productions.

Featuring a stunning cover by Larry Nadolsky and print formatting and logo design by Emily Mottesheard, DIAMOND DANE is available in print on Amazon for $9.99.

This stylish hard-boiled mystery is also available as an eBook formatted by Mottesheard on the Kindle for only $2.99. The book is also available to Kindle Unlimited members for free.

For more information on this title, interviews with the author, or digital copies for review, email editorinchief@prose-press.com.

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Thanks for reading,

Ernest

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