1 Star, Jon De'Lisle, Reviewed by Tina, Self-Published

Jon De’Lisle’s “The Dantone Project” Doesn’t Hit Its Stride


“You’re the one who has to live with your choice, everyone else will get over it, move on, no matter what you decide. But you never will.” – Veronica Roth


Title: The Dantone Project

Author: Jon De’Lisle

Publisher: Self-Published

Pages/Word Count: 332 Pages

Rating: 1 Star

Blurb: James Warner is on the verge of a breakdown. He’s a 27-year old private investigator working at a mom and pop diner just to make ends meet. He’s also gay, and with the exception of his out of town high school friend Shawn, he doesn’t have a friend in the world. All that is about to change, however. A biological weapon project has fallen into the hands of the wrong people, and the project director, Damen Brussell, has gone missing. His brother, Clint, has hired James to find his brother, and the reason behind his disappearance. In one week’s time, James will resuscitate his private eye skills, as well as face his inner demons about what, and who, he truly is. James will encounter true love, as well as pure evil, in this missing persons’ investigation that will take him through Colorado, and into the canyons of Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico. James and Clint will both learn so much more than just what exactly is so dangerous about The Dantone Project.
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