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Rebel Noir
Narrated by: Jack Hope
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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"My country's made me it's enemy. It's formal, now." - Nat Cinder

With an FBI sting on his misfit secessionist group closing in, Nat Cinder blasts from Flagstaff to Phoenix on his Triumph Rocket motorcycle. Soon he stumbles onto a packet of photos showing Governor Virginia Rentier lustily paired with three high-ranking women in state government. 

Though Cinder and the governor clashed 16 years before when his wife died in a car accident, Cinder prefers to keep his dislike of Rentier focused on her politics. He’s too busy blaming himself for his wife’s death, fighting his way back into his son’s life, and leading a crew of beer guzzling rebels to become involved in an intrigue about the governor’s sex partners.

But when the bullets fly, Nat asks questions and learns his sudden war with the governor traces back 16 years. The photos were put in his path by a provocateur who knows Nat Cinder’s a rough-hewn rebel with enough weaponry cached across Arizona to start a revolution, and the secret at the bottom of his wife’s death will turn him into a powder keg. 

Grab your copy now because you'll love Lindemuth's lean noir voice and explosive tempo!

©2014 Clayton Lindemuth (P)2019 Clayton Lindemuth

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Nat Cinder's not so humble beginning

After the Baer Creighton books, this one paled, but it was nice to learn of Nat's history. I'm not a big conspiracy theory fan, and not really interested in political history, but the action was top notch and the story was one I was invested in until the end. The end however, came too abruptly. I wanted more of a climax, you know, like the Governor was getting from all the women! My happy ending just wasn't so happy.