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An ex-Navy Seal who is down on his luck agrees to freelance for the local mafia Don and soon finds himself the target of multiple assassins who believe he is carrying a miniature WMD. More

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About David LaGraff

I've been telling stories since I was old enough to talk. My readers find themselves in a world which centers on romance but with a twist, as the love grows in the midst of extreme crisis. I write for those who have been knocked down a few times by life and may or may not have recovered yet. This stress opens them up to people they would not ordinarily include in their inner circles and changes forever the tapestry of love and the way they think and feel about life. My tales take place in a near-psychotic state, or perhaps profoundly neurotic, a condition which allows for a spiritual dimension to enter, wherein invisible forces which normally run smoothly in the background begin to bubble through the cracks in their psyches. My people perceive these forces as perhaps a divine intervention of sorts, something to be added to their arsenal to deal with the conflicts. Under the twin pressure of immediate external stress and the infusion of newfound spirituality from within my heroes and heroines must change and become someone newly capable of creating a new life going forward.

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Review by: J. Jenkins on Nov. 24, 2010 :
Wildly entertaining! I laughed so hard my sides ached. This is gritty and imaginative storytelling that held my attention. However, I had to stop reading a couple of times to call my mother and tell her select passages that had us both in stitches. The book reads like a mock-umentary of the greater Los Angeles area and its seedy underbelly. Gosh, how I miss it all. Josh McDougal can drive me through that town anytime.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Mela Custodio on Sep. 30, 2010 :
Entertaining read.
Though the ending is a bit flat.
(review of free book)
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