Fighting The Mob

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Staff Sergeant Jonathan McGregor never had anything in his life to call his own. Upon leaving the Corps, Jonathan, his wife Joni, and newborn child move to New York City to be with Joni's family.
The Mafia shows up and demand Jonathan pay insurance money for his store. Jonathan fights back and it cost him his family. Now Jonathan is waging a private war to destroy the Mafia for good.

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About Max M Power

Max was born in a library, surrounded by books from all over the galaxy. His gypsy soul never stayed in one place for very long as he traveled the universe, having many great adventures, all while lying on the carpet floor in the living room.
His story telling abilities have been compared to Robert Patterson and Tom Clancy, without all the boring details.
Today he lives in a hanger just north of Houston, Texas where he soars through the clouds on Wings of Gold, writing and telling wonderful stories.

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Reviews

Scott Hertlein reviewed on on April 5, 2012
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Awesome story. I started this book and finished it in one day! I agree with aussiematt that the ending was a little rushed, but very very entertaining. will definately look for more books from the author!
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Matt Eliason reviewed on on Aug. 25, 2011

Good pace, thought some of the techniques could have been developed a little further. Would have been interested to hear how he got the money to buy his equipment. End was a little bit of a let-down and seemed a bit rushed. Overall I enjoyed it.
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RJ Parker reviewed on on Aug. 8, 2011

Brilliant book.. If you enjoyed this one, check out VL45 as its along the same lines with a vigilante against a gang. I would love to see a sequel to Against the Mob, which I would have named.. DEATH, by force.. As Jonathan was forced into the marine corp, forced to avenge his family and at the end there's another force which I don't want to spoil for anyone. I loved this book... Great writing Max.
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Mary Duffy reviewed on on June 12, 2011
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Juvenile story with appalling grammar. Lasted two chapters and gave up.
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Raul Toro reviewed on on Dec. 4, 2010

great book! i could not put it down for two days. The book transitions well between chapters and keeps you in it. Would recommend this book to anyone
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