“With The Last Professional, Davis has done for American railroads what Kerouac did for American highways, and Steinbeck did for American nomads.”
Jerry Cimino, The Beat Museum,
San Francisco

“Wow, what an ending!”
Don Bartletti, Pulitzer Prize Winner

“It’s the antithesis of cliché, the kind of story that feels like its inspirational roots are as much grounded in a storyteller’s unique imaginative qualities, as it is in someone’s lived experience.”
Colin Jordan, Medium

“…If you love intimate slice-of-life tales, this is the book for you.”
Readers’ Favorite Reviews

“The Last Professional is the classic kind of reading experience that conjures up a different time . . . and a sense of innocent modern day swashbuckling that introduced to us authors like Hunter S. Thompson and Jack London.”

“You will never see a passing freight train the same way again.”
Fran Braga Meininger, The Years Beyond Youth

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“…Powerful; beautifully written, well-observed and effective.”
Kirkus Review

“So beautifully and succinctly told that it reads like a prose poem.”
The Sonoma Index Tribune

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