The Pursuit of All Comers is a story written by Kevin Dunn and based on the works of H. P. Lovecraft. The primary character, private investigator Michael Knight, investigates the unusual death of an young female whose shouts were read in the hillsides abovementation of Necropolis, an ancient city built ahead of the dawn of humanity. Even though investigating, Jordan finds him self in the center of a great affair that involves not only the police but his own law enforcement captain, plus the local district attorney, against which he is privately opposed.
In the long run, Michael must choose between sticking with the pressure, risking retirement living, or perhaps turning his back on justice and letting his wife and children pass away in the dark. I won’t give it away, but the ending can be brutal and truly shocking. There’s a lot to like in this book, and a lot which enables you temporarily halt and re-read to make sure that the storyplot had a reasonable meaning for its characters and setting. It may take several books to appreciate all of the intricacies in the plot, yet this one experience it all. Kevin Dunn contains written an exilerating, fast-moving Rotary Lindenwood Park tale that offers you every reason to study it over again.
My just regret would be that the Quest For Each and every one Comers fails to get a video. It would be wonderful! At least someone will make a movie from it. A more powerful adaptation could lead to a spin-off series where the authorities detective investigates different creeps from the web who should also steal the crown.