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Review: If You Like House of Cards, You’ll Love Saint Underground

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Fans of future noir recognize the world of their genre as a deadly and caustic mix of technology and whiskey-soaked nightmares that are just plausible enough to be real. And the reality created by these works are often intense, terrifying—and just plain fun. Such is the case with Saint Underground by Adam Dunn, the third in the series of novels set in a dystopian vision of New York City during “the Second Great Depression.” In the first two novels, Dunn traced the death-spiral of the Greatest City in the World by following New York City detectives Sixto Santiago and Everett More through the murder and mayhem taking place on the streets and in the halls of government and high finance.…

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Video: Author Adam Dunn Discusses His Trilogy the ‘More’ Series

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Tech noir author Adam Dunn opens up about his trilogy, the More series, in this interview with BookTrib, answering some key questions and setting up a story that I promise will keep you on the edge of your seats. Rivers of Gold, The Big Dogs and Saint Underground make up the More series: a strange, twisted ride through dystopian New York City, filled with police chases and kinky sex all wrapped up in a grossly funny narrative. After reading the first two novels and listening to the third on Audible, I was lucky enough to sit down with Dunn to ask him about his process and how he went about constructing such a disturbing, believable world; A world he believes our society might…

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