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A fatal accident destroys former rock star Carl Patterson's quest to turn his life around and make peace with his estranged daughter. His search for answers uncovers a secret worth killing for, putting him on a collision course with a man that does whatever it takes to win.

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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
  • Words: 79,010
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780615347202
About Greg M. Hall

Greg M. Hall has over a dozen stories and two novels online and in print. Though no single genre can contain him, he's got a soft spot in his heart for Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy with dark elements. After living on Maui and in Southern California, he got sick of the mild weather and moved home to eastern Nebraska, where he lives with his wife, a bunch of kids, and second pet tortoise--the first one ran away.

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Joey Jones reviewed on on July 15, 2011

Great story. I usually don't read this kind of story but I got hooked on this one. Well done.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Lolo Sulawesi reviewed on on Sep. 9, 2010

This is one of the best written works I have read on this site!!! Professional quality, not only in the style but in the editing, thank you for going the extra step of having someone else go through it. I usually prefer stuff with more shooting in it but the creative way Ted kills people is refreshing. Now, hurry up and write another one!!!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Rion Miller reviewed on on Sep. 1, 2010

OK. A lot of stuff I've been reading on the site is obviously by amateurs. This guy is the real deal. I'm not saying I ever cried, but he hits all the emotions. I will admit to laughing a bunch. And getting pissed off. At the characters, not the writer! It reads pretty fast. Doesn't sag in the middle. I maybe would have liked for it to end a little differently, but that's my opinion, it was still a well-written ending.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Perry Burchard reviewed on on Aug. 27, 2010

I had a hard enough time putting it down that I got it read in a day... Alternatively gritty and humorous. Made construction seem more interesting than I thought it would be. I like how the bad guy is not necessarily evil, but someone who is a bit of a jerk that makes bad decisions any of us could make if they feel threatened.
I don't know if I buy the whole courtroom surprise in the middle, but he's past it so fast and on to the consequences that it didn't bother me. I also would have liked for him to get more into Carl's days as a musician--he lifted the cover of the box for a peek but didn't throw it all the way open.
Overall, a good, quick read as far as novels go--though I normally like a little more sex and drugs with my rock n' roll.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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