The approaching holidays find John Harding's West Coast Murderers' Row crew in the usual Las Vegas double duty mission. John takes on a rising star in the UFC world nicknamed Rattler, because of snake fast striking ability. On the flip side, Denny Strobert turns the crew loose on a lady drug queen, Victoria Lydia Voltaire. She plans to use her drug network to aid and supply a Muslim Brotherhood offshoot setting up terrorist cells across the country.
Thanks to Lynn Montoya, nicknamed Cruella Deville, the crew gets a bonus when she initiates a plan to lure the Muslim Brotherhood gang readying to be dispersed across the nation into a public trap. A successful sting leads out in spiraling directions with terrorist plots involving Alexi Fiialkov's container shipping line. Soon, the crew launches a rescue mission for Fiialkov's granddaughter, and entraps the architect of a weaponized anthrax threat. The kid gloves are off, and the bodies begin piling up.
Add in a taste of what happens when Murderers' Row decides to end an infamous start of the 'Knockout Game' in Oakland, and another excursion to help their 'Hollywood Bounty Hunters' reality show favorites take down a deadly assassin returning to our shores - all happening around the holidays, and a dreaded return visit by the in-laws to the Harding household. It's business and humor as usual, but with a final cage rematch like no other.
©2014 Bernard Lee DeLeo and RJ Parker Publishing, Inc. (P)2014 Bernard Lee DeLeo and RJ Parker Publishing, Inc.
This books is perfect for those Fox News fanboys who think that torture could fix everything. That people with brown skin are the cause of all the bad in the world. It's either brown skin people from the middle east, brown skin people from mexico or south america or brown skin people from inner city USA. I mean this books has a white character sexually tortures and mutilates a 18 year black girl, then somehow the girl is suppose to be so grateful that the character did this to her that she becomes their freaking maid. What sad is that these aren't characters, this is the author living out his Fox News fantasies about the world.
Listening to good books from around the world, in the comfort of home....
Story and reader are okay but something is missing. I never felt like I was engaged into the story line
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