Cops and crime fiction are fascinating topics to our readers. Police corruption and violence run rampant in poet and playwright Stephen Mack Jones's debut novel August Snow. Snow, the title character returns to hometown Detroit a year after being driven out of the Detroit Police Department for exposing corruption, and winning a $12 million settlement from the city. Snow is drawn back into this world in a fast-paced novel that ranges from his old Detroit neighborhood to Grosse Point. Smart writing evokes the best of Parker and Pelecanos. Join us to find out how this author makes Detroit a place you just may want visit! Sales and signing by Diane's Books.
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