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When top defense attorney Remo Cobb decides to double-cross the most violent, ruthless clients he's ever known, he hopes his good deed goes unpunished. He's wrong. Dead wrong. The clients in question are the psychopathic Mashburn Brothers, and they have just gotten free. Now they will stop at nothing to take back their hard-earned money and make Remo suffer for wronging them.

©2017 Mike McCrary (P)2017 Mike McCrary

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Straight forward shoot 'em up

Very quick, simple read with a strange third person "observer" narrative. Straight forward action with some tough-guy humor, but no subtly at all.

If you're looking for a fast-paced, simple read to distract you for a few hours, "Remo Went Rogue" fits the bill.

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For me, one of the best aspects of this book is the dark humour. The one-liners are so slick, funny and had me laughing out loud on occasion. When it transpires that Remo's life is at stake, you'd think you wouldn't care, he's really a rather repulsive, immoral, misogynist. But the clever writing makes you care about this man, who, it is revealed, does have some redeeming features. Describing action in words is always difficult, but Mr McCrary does it particularly well. I could see the fight in my imagination. This is not my usual genre but I'm always looking at expanding my literary horizons and I'm really, really glad I did. Nothing is as it seems, everything is turned upside down and inside out and wow, it is fast! Now I find I do care about Remo, and even about Luther and Hollis. A great action book