Dead Man’s Badge

Dead Man’s Badge by Robert Dunn

When you dig your own grave it always ends up ragged and shallow.

Career criminal Longview Moody, on the run from killers, assumes his dead, twin brother’s identity as the new Chief of Police of a Texas town that’s being terrorized by a Mexican drug cartel. To pull off the deadly deception, Longview desperately works to become the kind of cop and man that his brother was. But when the two lives he’s living converge, he’s forced to embrace the violence within him to get justice…and vengeance. 
 

Books by Robert Dunn

Dead Man’s Badge

Dead Man’s Badge

Career criminal Longview Moody assumes his dead, twin brother's identity as the new Chief of Police of a Texas town that's being terrorized by a Mexican drug cartel.

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Reviews For Dead Man’s Badge

Dead Man’s Badge 5.0

It's terrific. It's lean and smart and very good. I say, check it out.

Joe Lansdale

Dead Man’s Badge 5.0

Robert Dunn unloads both barrels – "Dead Man’s Badge" is a fast, furious shootout from beginning to end. This tale of corrupt cops, cartel killers, and one bad guy just trying to make good, lingers like gun smoke. Bloody, dark, and pistol-whip smart, it's Border noir at its best.

J. Todd Scott, author of THE FAR EMPTY

Dead Man’s Badge 5.0

Riveting thriller about coming back from the dead, revenge and redemption. The pages fly by even faster than the bodies pile up. DEAD MAN'S BADGE establishes Robert E. Dunn as a formidable new name in hard-boiled fiction.

R.G. Belsky, author of the Clare Carlson and Gil Malloy mystery series

Dead Man’s Badge 5.0

"Dead Man's Badge" sizzles with suspense! Dunn promises action on page one of this thriller and delivers the goods nonstop to the very end.

Margaret Mizushima, award-winning author of Hunting Hour: A Timber Creek K-9 Mystery

Dead Man’s Badge 5.0

Fans of Clint Eastwood’s spaghetti westerns will find a lot to like.

Publishers Weekly