“Jack Prine is about as tough and gritty as Mike Hammer; corner him on a deserted back road at night and find out. Especially when he has a lady to protect, the only family of a murder victim, a lady who gradually, then passionately becomes this lonely man’s lover. A story that plays on black and white relationships over the generations, gay sexuality, the mean streets of New Orleans and the remote remnants of towns in the Mississippi Delta, South, America, is an honest, tough book and a riveting read. Rod Davis has given us a rugged and real character. I hope he keeps roaming the South in more episodes to come.”

–Tony Dunbar, award-winning author of the Tubby Dubonnet series