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Gun to a Knife Fight by Jon Hunt

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Rated 5.28 out of 10 Statistics


Genre: Crime / Suspense

Audience: crime lovers, drama lovers, romantics

Updated: none

Content Advisory

Occasional Sexual Content

Frequent Coarse Language

Frequent Violence


Overall Rating: 5.281

Average Rating: 5 (Guests), 3.25 (Members)

Ranking: #758

Rating Count: 2 (0 Guests, 2 members)

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"The Never Ending Noir Novel"

"Gun to a Knife Fight" is a story about Detective Jacoby Stone and his fellow friends Robert Marceau and Kate Sterling running an upstart law firm and detective agency that consults with the Minneapolis Police Department in some of the most curious and peculiar cases, often at Stone's choosing himself. Unfortunately the company seemed to have hit a rough patch, forcing them to rely on more mundane tasks of a PI, such as stalking spouses and digging up dirt. Soon though, a seemingly routine suicide turns into a sick, twisted string of unimaginably cruel murders from an unknown, uncaring and unstoppable serial killer.

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"A little weak, but getting better"

Rating: 4/10

Gun to a Knife Fight is an interesting read. It's flawed, but it shows a lot of promise. A self-proclaimed noir novel, it follows a gritty private investigator who consults for the the police on an apparent murder-suicide that becomes linked to something larger and more sinister.

Much of the writing is dialogue. Anything more than a cursory description of the settings is rare, and that…Read More


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