Dana King: Pushing Water


There’s a lot going on in Penns River right now. Dale’s Department Store had a shooter on-site, and adding to the mix of the resulting investigation, there are two guys on an armed robbery spree.

Throw-in a domestic violence case involving cookies and it’s another day in the life of Detective Doc Dougherty.

Pushing Water is book #5 in the Penns River series, and starting there is easy. You don’t feel you’re missing the back story and that’s good writing folks.

Dana King knows how to write a story and you’ll enjoy reading all of his work. Get started now why don’t you.

~ June Lorraine

 MurderInCommon.com is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Blog

Categories: Reviews

1 comment

  1. Agreed – if you don’t feel you’re missing the back story, that is definitely good writing.

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