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BOOK REVIEW- ACTS OF VIOLENCE BY ROSS HARRISON

BOOK DESCRIPTION

PRINT LENGTH – 190 PAGES
My name’s Jack Mason. I made a mistake. Took home the wrong girl. Now she’s dead. Cut up. And they’re telling me I did it.

It’s the same cop that tried to take me down ten years ago. Now he’s coming at me hard. And he’s not the only one. Cole Webster, the city’s crime lord, thinks I stole from him. Broke me out of custody just to ask me about it. Then I killed his son. Now he really wants me.

Add to this equation a government agent, and I’m a real popular guy right now. Pretty much everyone I meet wants me dead, lawfully or otherwise. There’s nowhere to run. Nowhere to hide. I’ve got till morning to uncover Webster’s trafficking operation and take the heat off me. And all I’ve got to go on is a pissed off homeless girl with a thirst for revenge.

Guess it could be worse. Can’t quite figure how.

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I was given a copy of this book by the Author for an honest review.

ACTS OF VIOLENCE  is a dark, gritty, thrilling read. The characters and story line are well-developed. Jack Mason was thrown out of the police academy for apparently killing his girlfriend. Now he is investigating Cole Webster for trafficking and drugs. Now when he takes a bar tender home with him to save her from Cole Webster’s retaliation for slapping him, he is accused of killing her. He must stay one step ahead of Webster’s people and the authorities who are in Webster’s pocket. This is a good book with plot twists and everything. I give ACTS OF VIOLENCE 4/5 STARS.

 

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