June 3 2009 – Publishing

Posted: June 3, 2009 in All The Way Gone, English, Notice, Novel


The Latest Novel by D. James Eldon

Published by Alpha Dog Press



You can get one direct from the printer at www.lulu.com

And see what readers have to say about it here 

Imagine you go for a run with your wife along the way you separate. In the end you wait, but she never arrives. You retrace your steps. Finally you stop a passing police car and are suddenly thrust into a world where everything you thought you knew about yourself was wrong, and the lies you had been living have caught up to you. Do you deny the truth or lose yourself to your demons?

This is Jack Turner’s nightmare. This is All The Way Gone.

With the police suspecting him, Turner tries hard to deny the truth about who he is, but learns you can never outrun yourself.

The story turns when a series of seemingly unconnected events unfold. Things become complicated as the two detectives assigned to the case begin following different threads, leading them in opposite directions.

Can these men, who’ve worked together for years, resolve their differences and come together to solve the case? Is Jack Turner involved in his wife’s disappearance? More importantly, will they find her in time?


All The Way Gone – a new twist on the crime novel, tells it’s story through realistic, hard-bitten dialogue. It’s a pull-no-punches tale of denial and deceit, but also one of friendship and trust. A human story wrapped up in a classic crime tale.

It will hold your attention from the first page to the last. You won’t be able to put it down.

All The Way Gone is an all the way great read.


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