Tread: Rebel Noir

| March 13, 2018


????? “Fast and furious with lots of twists…”

    Rough-hewn rebel Nat Cinder discovers compromising photos of the Governor he’s been feuding since his wife’s tragic death sixteen years ago. A provocateur who knows the history–and that Cinder has enough weapons cached across Arizona to start a revolution–wants him to take the governor out. Will the ruinous truth lead to an assassination, or redemption?

    Thriller pace. Literary depth. Red meat lit. Grab your copy now!

? ? ? ? ? Praise for TREAD from readers like You ? ? ? ? ?

????? One outstandingly work off political thriller, this book most definitely not lacking of full on sacrifice, action and political intrigue. I Loved it.The characters are vibrantly portrayed in this book.
????? This writer has been my fave for the last year. His rural noir is the best out there. Here, he switches gears a bit, upping the pace and character count to mix a bit of Elmore Leonard into his trademark gritty noir.
????? This the best of Lindemuth’s books that I have read. This is dark, country noir with realistic characters and plot development.

?Praise for Clayton Lindemuth?

Clayton Lindemuth’s works have been smashingly reviewed by Publishers Weekly (starred review and best of the week), Indie Next List, Kirkus, BlueInk Review, Foreword Reviews, Seattle Book Review, Manhattan Book Review, Indie Reader, Reader Views, Spinetingler Magazine, Hardboiled Wonderland, various independent best of the year mentions, (Spinetingler and DoSomeDamage, among others). Clayton’s novels Cold Quiet Country and My Brother’s Destroyer have been published in France by Le Seuil, and have been charmingly reviewed by Le Monde, La Croix, Le Figaro.

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