72 Hours

A fusion of black humor and breakneck action, 72 Hours is the debut novel by Dietrich Stogner about two navy veterans who get dragged into the search for a missing teenage girl. In the span of 72 hours, they come face to face with the limits of their own morality, and the depth of their own ruthlessness. More

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About Dietrich Stogner

Dietrich Stogner was born in 1978, and spent the majority of his childhood in Logan, Utah. After graduating high school, he joined the US Navy and spent 7 years serving on submarines. He now works as a freelance writer, and has completed degrees in journalism and economics.

Dietrich began writing at a young age, and was inspired early on by science fiction writers and comic books. As he got older, he discovered Stephen King, and became a lifelong fan. Today, he spends his time in his Nashville, Tennessee home with his family. He's an avid gamer, and loves nothing more than fiddling with the latest gizmo or gadget.

Dietrich is also the producer and co-host of the weekly podcast The Library Police, where he discusses books and reading with his long time friend Josh Mauthe.

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