Where the Night Never Ends: A Prohibition Era Novel
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Paperback $16.99 (available March 2019) eBook $3.99
Paperback Page Count: 294
Publication Date: March 15, 2019
“…a remarkable read that explores the levels of good and evil to be found in human beings.” ~Historical Novel Society
Historical Action/Adventure/Romance (Heavier on History than Romance)
“You can get much farther with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone.”~Al Capone
Set in the 1920s at the height of prohibition, WHERE THE NIGHT NEVER ENDS explores the lives of two very different people, that of Sam Bruno, an eighteen-year old penniless woman and of Paul McKay, a mysterious hobo with a big secret.
Here is the official copy from the cover:
A chance encounter between a penniless young woman in search of her missing brother and a hobo burdened with a big secret takes both on a journey to Chicago’s glamorous yet crime-ridden 1920s where prostitution, bootlegging and corruption rule. Separated by fate and brought back together by chance, WHERE THE NIGHT NEVER ENDS is an unforgettable tale of courage and perseverance, a tribute to the triumph of hope and love against all odds.
When feisty and headstrong Sam loses her mother in a freak accident, she decides to search for her brother, Angelo, who didn’t return from a business trip to Chicago seven months earlier. It is the year 1924, the height of prohibition, and the city of Cincinnati is in the midst of a deep recession. Narrowly escaping a band of thugs, Sam meets Paul, a mysterious hobo with a big secret. Together they make their way to Chicago where Al Capone is building an empire.
Just when it seems their friendship is blossoming into something more, a raid tears Sam and Paul apart. Sam is sold into a brothel while Paul is arrested. Trapped without money and desperate, Sam plots on how to escape her new profession and the inevitable that comes with it. She realizes she is on her own. Not only to free herself and search for her brother among Chicago’s three million residents, but also to do the impossible—find Paul.
During his hearing, Paul learns that his father, a wealthy Chicago inventor, is on his deathbed. The judge, an old family friend, gives Paul an ultimatum. See your father or go to jail. Reluctantly, Paul returns home where he finds that his decision to run away seven years earlier was based on a terrible mistake.