It seems pretty straightforward. Keller’s hired, dispatched to Des Moines, and given the particulars on an assignment. His client stashes him in a motel room where he’s to await further instructions. And then, well,something happens. Something unforeseen.Something life-changing.
Four of the five novels featuring Keller are episodic. But HIT AND RUN, of which KELLER IN DES MOINES is the opening sequence, is a thriller with a single story arc from beginning to end. Thus, unlike the other Keller novelettes and novellas available for Kindle, KELLER IN DES MOINES is unresolved at its end; you’ll want to turn the page, and to do that you’ll have to have the complete novel.
And that’s why the price of KELLER IN DES MOINES is only 99¢. It’s a quick and inexpensive introduction to HIT AND RUN.