Toe the Line

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Wynn Johnston finds his business partner murdered prior to boarding their flit home at the Seattle airport. His best friend's murder forces Wynn to confront deceptive old friends, the potential bankruptcy of his business, and past loves he thought long dead, all while avoiding the murderer who is hunting him across the Pacific Northwest. More

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Words: 77,290
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452452630
About Dick Hannah

Imagine Dick Francis listing toward adventure races instead of horse racing, or Diane Mott Davidson writing about triathlons in lieu of catering. With a background in adventure races including competing in the Army Best Ranger Competition Dick Hannah provides a fresh voice and real world glimpse into the world of adventure racing and fitness in his thriller novels.

Prior to starting his writing career he spent four years as a Ranger team leader and continues to stay sharp by working as a fitness consultant at a fitness bootcamp. When not racing or writing, Dick works full-time as technical writer, business analyst and trainer.

Dick followed up Toe the Line, his first full-length novel, in 2013 with On the Edge. He has already started on his third thriller, Vapor Trail, which he plans to release in 2014. He can be contacted through his blog at

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Review by: A.C. Biswas on July 23, 2012 :
For his first book this was a very good read! I hope we can expect more. I think Dick Hannah does a fine job of putting a new spin on the classic mystery genre with this story. The setting and time are contemporary but there is a very appealing nostalgic feel in the approach, especially as regards the detectives and the villains.
We are thrown into the set-up right from the beginning along with the main character, Wynn Johnston. We connect with him emotionally as he must first deal with the murder and loss of his business partner and friend, then deal with the growing frustrations of difficult detectives and watching his business suffer without him. Like all good mysteries, pieces are gradually revealed as secrets and deceptions emerge.
What I found interesting is that Wynn is a triathlete whose business is training runners. The reader is treated to engagingly descriptive runs through a charming Seattle as well as insights about racing, triathlons and the business side of the sport.
With a new twist on a classic style, this book is a good read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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