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Return To Dead City Reviews

  • Harold Kasselman
    2019-03-18 11:26

    Mike Reuther's book is a gritty look at a flawed city which is transitioning from a once attractive hard working neighborhood burg to one that has decayed into a refuge for "city" drug dealers. The consequences and collateral damage to the residents are too much for them to bear. Jobs are diminishing, corruption is rampant. The town's only tourist attraction, a minor league ball park and players, are a metaphor for the burg itself. It is in badly need of gentrification. Then one of the players is murdered and the protagonist P.I. Crager is mysteriously hired to solve the murder that an overwhelmed police force is unable to do. Crager fits the mold of the town. He too is flawed. He was a former cop who got out before his pension vested and lives more on alcoholic calories than from food. He is tormented by his past. He hangs out at a local bar named Reds' with some of the unemployed or half crazy river rats who spend endless hours there. When he eats at Myrna's for breakfast, it is usually after a binge or after spending the wee small hours of the morning with his so called girlfriend Pat. Crager doesn't like attachments except when he is on the job. But Crager is no dumb drunk. He is aggressive, indeed reckless in his pursuit of the murderer. Suspects abound in this noir "whodunit". Which one has the most compelling motive and will Crager live to solve the case. I enjoyed the atmosphere created by Reuther and the mix of baseball, corruption, investigative work, and trying to guess the outcome. It's a good read.(You'll also see how Reuther gets his own name in the book; likely a job fantasy of sorts.)

  • Harold Kasselman
    2019-03-23 05:03

    Mike Reuther's book is a gritty look at a flawed city which is transitioning from a once attractive hard working neighborhood burg to one that has decayed into a refuge for "city" drug dealers. The consequences and collateral damage to the residents are too much for them to bear. Jobs are diminishing, corruption is rampant. The town's only tourist attraction, a minor league ball park and players, are a metaphor for the burg itself. It is in badly need of gentrification. Then one of the players is murdered and the protagonist P.I. Crager is mysteriously hired to solve the murder that an overwhelmed police force is unable to do. Crager fits the mold of the town. He too is flawed. He was a former cop who got out before his pension vested and lives more on alcoholic calories than from food. He is tormented by his past. He hangs out at a local bar named Reds' with some of the unemployed or half crazy river rats who spend endless hours there. When he eats at Myrna's for breakfast, it is usually after a binge or after spending the wee small hours of the morning with his so called girlfriend Pat. Crager doesn't like attachments except when he is on the job. But Crager is no dumb drunk. He is aggressive, indeed reckless in his pursuit of the murderer. Suspects abound in this noir "whodunit". Which one has the most compelling motive and will Crager live to solve the case. I enjoyed the atmosphere created by Reuther and the mix of baseball, corruption, investigative work, and trying to guess the outcome. It's a good read.(You'll also see how Reuther gets his own name in the book; likely a job fantasy of sorts

  • Bert
    2019-03-21 10:06

    Crime novels often involve the story of a former cop turned private detective. That's what we have here. Crager is an 18 year veteran of a city police force who was forced to quit two years short of pension eligibility after an incident involving a shooting in a drug take-down. The story is told in the first person, and the protagonist has the usual faults, booze and women. Thankfully we have a realistic story line, and there are insights into the nuances of the murky world of minor league baseball. The only credibility stretch I encountered was how Crager wades into resolving a murder investigation without first securing his fee. All we have is an anonymous phone call telling him to look into the death of the local baseball team's star player. Eventually the owner of a local workout gym attempts to retain him with $5,000, but Crager refuses to pick up the envelope with the cash. Nevertheless the story is a good one, our character is likeable & unique, and insightful enough to make us want to hear his story. The author has a good. grasp of language, and his metaphors are bittersweet and often humorous. If I needed an investigator, I'd give his main character a call. His secondary characters are interesting and properly developed, and the identity of the murderer isn't obvious from jump street. Hope I can encounter more from this writer.

  • NVTony
    2019-03-09 03:22

    Always like those reforming officers who find a new cause. This one caught my attention with cover. Story was interesting & writer kept me guessing most of time.

  • Mike Reuther
    2019-03-17 10:04

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