Dan Duling

Honor Among Thieves

[with Jeno Hodi]

Ryan Winslow agreed to meet his father in Budapest for some much-needed R&R. But shortly after his arrival, Ryan is stunned by the shocking discovery that his father has been murdered. Worse yet, Ryan finds himself in hot water with two of his dad’s former business associates who are convinced he can lead them to a fortune in missing gold. And then there’s the mysterious and irresistible Sheryl Porter, a woman who worked closely with Ryan’s father and wants to make sure Ryan doesn’t end up dead like his dad. Soon, it’s clear Ryan had better heed Police Inspector Szabo’s advice: watch your back and trust no one.

As Ryan gradually uncovers the details of a botched guns-for-Kosovo gold scheme that is turning more dangerous and deadly by the hour, he also has to wrestle with his undeniable attraction for Sheryl. Before long, he’s learning the hard way that when the stakes are money and murder, love plays by its own set of rules.

In this romantic and suspenseful cat-and-mouse tale, things are rarely what they seem, and one good double-cross always deserves another.

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Duling’s plays have been produced throughout the United States. Most recently, “Monstrosity” received staged readings at the Skylight Theatre in Los Angeles as part of the Inkubator reading series by the Katselas Theatre Company. Before that, “Monstrosity” also received a staged reading at Innovation Theatre Works in Bend, Oregon. The search for theatres interested in producing “Monstrosity” continues in earnest in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.