A Literary Crime Novel

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The Line is a work of fiction written by Keith Farrell, published by Ravenel Books, all rights reserved.

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A Novel by Keith Farrell

The Line

The Line is an explosive and dark examination of the morality and social impact of the heroin epidemic that is ravaging the United States. The plot follows the lives of several main characters who are brought together through a violent course of events set against a backdrop of rural economic decay.

The central protagonist, Dwight Evans, is a state trooper with a grave medical prognosis and the lone law enforcement for the small town of Colebrook, Connecticut. When his niece, a recovering heroin addict, falls in love with a local pot dealer, he is drawn into the underworld of crime, corruption, and drugs sweeping through his once quiet town. In the end, he is forced to go to unthinkable lengths to protect what he loves.

"THE OPEN ROAD WELCOMED HIM.

 

Just a passerby on the highway; another toxin transiting through the nation’s arteries. Past towns and cities washed in morning sunlight; places were nothing good seemed to happen anymore.

 

Shuttered schools and rusted factory buildings. Baseball fields where children play, and dealers push. Quiet little hills. Peaceful mountain towns, perfectly hiding their disease and decay.”

A gripping moral examination of the heroin epidemic and its impact on small communities.

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Email: KFARRELL1776@GMAIL.COM 

A Literary Crime Novel

Order Your Copy Today

 

The Line is a work of fiction written by Keith Farrell, published by Ravenel Books, all rights reserved.

Order on KindleOrder on Amazon

A Novel by Keith Farrell

The Line

The Line is an explosive and dark examination of the morality and social impact of the heroin epidemic that is ravaging the United States. The plot follows the lives of several main characters who are brought together through a violent course of events set against a backdrop of rural economic decay.

The central protagonist, Dwight Evans, is a state trooper with a grave medical prognosis and the lone law enforcement for the small town of Colebrook, Connecticut. When his niece, a recovering heroin addict, falls in love with a local pot dealer, he is drawn into the underworld of crime, corruption, and drugs sweeping through his once quiet town. In the end, he is forced to go to unthinkable lengths to protect what he loves.

"THE OPEN ROAD WELCOMED HIM.

 

Just a passerby on the highway; another toxin transiting through the nation’s arteries. Past towns and cities washed in morning sunlight; places were nothing good seemed to happen anymore.

 

Shuttered schools and rusted factory buildings. Baseball fields where children play, and dealers push. Quiet little hills. Peaceful mountain towns, perfectly hiding their disease and decay.”

A gripping moral examination of the heroin epidemic and its impact on small communities.

Host a Book Event

Contact

KFARRELL1776@GMAIL.COM