Dangerous Straits finds Matt in the toughest situation of his life after he reluctantly leaves Castle Danger with the dying hope of stopping the Millennium Four conspiracy and clearing his name of murder charges.

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Matt Lanier used to be a world-class musician. Now he’s a homeless fugitive suffering from PTSD and wrongly accused of murdering a cop. He survives by playing guitar on the streets of Minneapolis for spare change.

His downward spiral started when he uncovered a multi-billion-dollar land-grab conspiracy orchestrated from afar by Leland Smythe, a ruthless real-estate magnate. To regain any semblance of a normal life, Matt must prove to the authorities that the conspiracy is real. Because Matt knows too much, Smythe wants him dead.

David had better odds against Goliath.

Physically and emotionally scarred after surviving multiple assassination attempts, Matt decides to end his year-long losing battle against Smythe and start fresh with a fake identity. He’ll do anything to obtain it. Even if that means turning to crime.

But when an unlikely ally arrives at the last minute, Matt is forced to make a crucial decision—either live a lie for the rest of his life or go up against Smythe one final time.

If you enjoyed Straight River and Castle Danger, you’ll definitely want to read Dangerous Straits. Will the third time be the charm for Matt against his worst nightmare, Leland Smythe?