The Whiskey Run Chronicles The Whiskey Run Chronicles is the latest series from bestselling author B.R. Snow, and is set in the Thousand Islands during Prohibition when smuggling whiskey across the Canadian border into the U.S. was a business a lot of people wanted to get into. One of those people is Milo Razner, and soon after arriving in town, Milo begins to unveil his plan to become a respected, legitimate businessman while also operating the largest illegal booze running operation around. The series has all the elements of B.R. Snow's writing style readers have come to expect and enjoy.
The big cast of supporting characters are well-defined, and the dialogue pops off the page. Episode 1 - The Dry Season Approaches Milo Razner arrives in town and immediately begins to launch his plans to control the smuggling of illegal whiskey from Canada into the U.S. just before Prohibition becomes the law of the land. But before he can get started, he needs to make a couple of purchases and deal with a few locals he needs to help him get his grand plan off the ground. Episode 2 - Friends and Enemies Milo has a to-do list a mile long, and the increasingly lustful intentions of Ruby Crankovitch are making it difficult for him to concentrate. And when Oscar Hyde, the local chief of police, sets his sights on Milo, he is forced to add yet another item to his list of things to do. But Milo continues to march forward with his plan forward, and things are looking promising until Billy Crankovitch throws Milo a curve he isn't quite ready for. Episode 3 - Let the Games Begin Milo has been heeding his own advice and continuing to take the long-view. But he's increasingly anxious to get his new enterprise rolling. And when his new boat arrives, and the first batch of finished product is finally ready for delivery, Milo doesn't waste any time. Episode 4 - Enter the Revenuer Roland Doyle, the newly appointed local Prohibition agent, has arrived in town and is immediately determined to figure out of some way to make his mark and get promoted back to what he considers civilization. But Roland has a bit drinking problem and a newfound fear of water and boats that are making it difficult for him to achieve his goal. And Roland decides to lend a hand and do everything in his power to make sure the alcoholic, incompetent agent is both successful and stuck right where he is. Episode 5 - A Changing Landscape With Oscar Hyde, the local chief of police, in jail for bootlegging, and Roland Hyde's drinking out of control, Milo is hoping to be able to relax and enjoy himself a bit. But with a handful of unhappy employees, Ruby's demands that are rapidly getting out of control, and Billy finding a new love of his life, Milo finds himself dealing with problems on several fronts. Episode 6 - Entrepreneurial Spirits Expansion is on Milo's mind as he makes some major decisions about the business as well as dabbling a bit in real estate. But threatening to put a major crimp in his plans are several of his employees who are either about ready to jump ship, or out to prove to Milo that they can run things better than he can. To make matters even worse is a local schoolteacher, the new love of Billy's life, who is hiding a secret that has definitely gotten Milo's attention and is pushing him to the edge of his already severely tested patience. Episode 7 - All Hands On Deck Several problems Milo has been dealing with come into sharp focus as he attempts to take a bit of luster off of Roland Doyle's star that is beginning to shine brightly with some decision-makers in D.C. And with the assistance of Tom Collins and Birdie, along with help from an unexpected source, Milo sets forth with a plan do just the right amount of damage to Roland's reputation while continuing to focus the expansion of his burgeoning business that is struggling to keep pace with the seemingly endless thirst of his customers.