Deklan Falls is a broken man in a corrupt city. Once he was a cop in Oldtowne, a small city in eastern Ohio that most people don’t know about, and those who live there wish they could forget. Then he became a corrupt cop. Then he became a crusader private eye, and then, when his world blew apart, he crawled into a bottle to die. Then, one day, a filmmaker walks into his office because Deklan can be bought cheap.
The documentary filmmaker wants to find the star of a famous adult film from the late 70s who vanished. The film was financed by the mob, made in Oldtowne, and is one of the biggest mysteries in the adult film industry. If Deklan can find out what happened to Faline Forest, star of the world-famous film The Cheerleader, he’ll get a million dollars. That’s enough to get cleaned up, but it means possibly facing off against the mob that rules Oldtowne. He’s been warned twice about that. But maybe, just maybe, if he can figure out what happened to Faline, he can redeem himself and maybe, just maybe, he can fix Oldtowne, too.
One broken man in a corrupt city. One very cold missing persons case. One shot at redemption.
Would you consider the audio edition of One Against Many to be better than the print version?
The audio version brings the characters to life in a way that I didn't expect.
Who was your favorite character and why?
My favorite character was Sid. The voice matched the description of him just as I would have imagined it.
Have you listened to any of Steve Sherwood’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, I have. The style of this audiobook is different. Steve Sherwood demonstrates versatility in creating a different feel for each book.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Prepare to be submerged into the gritty underbelly of Oldtowne, as Private Eye, Deklan Falls takes on the most deadly and most profitable case of his life.