Dome City Blues - Jeff Edwards

Dome City Blues

By Jeff Edwards

  • Release Date: 2011-12-15
  • Book Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 27 Ratings)
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Dome City Blues by Jeff Edwards

Los Angeles: 2063

David Stalin was one of the best detectives in the business, running head-to-head with data-jackers, organ thieves, and the tech-enhanced gangs who ruled the shadowy streets of Los Angeles. He could do no wrong, until what seemed like an easy case got out of control, and left his wife dead among the abandoned ruins of old LA.

After four years of self-imposed retirement, David suddenly finds himself back on the job, struggling to unravel a crime far worse than murder.

This time, he’s not the hunter. As he’s about to discover, the past isn’t finished with him yet.

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Book Reviews

  • Sam Spade meets Shadowrun

    By Patience Aficionado
    Amazing book - well-written with a tight plot and compelling characters. Readers will enjoy trying to solve the crimes - all clues are in the story of a slightly rusty private detective who takes on the roll of white knight.
  • Goober97

    By Goober 97
    Great read!
  • A Really Satisfying Read

    By YasmeenHerrick
    Jeff Edwards really did a fantastic job with this one. His anything-but-typical detective fiction could be set in a multitude of time-periods, but the dystopian future in 2063 just adds a certain something. Instead of boring the reader with the same old crime story, the timelessness of Edwards’ tale paired with the not-so-futuristic tech creates a fresh new perspective on this genre. I would recommend to anyone who enjoys dystopian themed stories, and/or detective dramas similar to the style of Sherlock Holmes. Certainly an unusual pairing, but with this novel it definitely works.

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