Criminal Option (The Rourk Family Saga, Vol. I)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Sullivan Rourk makes an ambitious and daring takeover of the Desert Pueblo Indian casino. Once he is in control, he discovers that the previous manager was partnered with the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang and that they were laundering money through the casino. The gang forces Rourk to consider a criminal option or face the possible death of his family. More

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About Robert Rand

Robert Rand is married to his best friend and love of his life, Angel. He is a father, step-father, grandfather, son, brother and uncle. Raised in Orange County, California, he now lives on a desolate desert ranch with his wife and their two dogs.His writing style has been declared very visual and leaving the readers feeling as if they were witnesses to the fast paced action, many twists and gruesome violence!

Reviews

Martin Skate reviewed on on April 17, 2015

Wowsers! a thrill-packed action thriller from beginning to end, I feel like I’ve been through everything that Sullivan went through together with him. This book is a non-stop intensely packed rollercoaster of a read, it had me completely hooked and invested from the very beginning and I could not stop thinking about it the entire time I was reading it. I read it from beginning to end in just a few days as I just couldn’t wait to find out what happens and how it ended.

Superbly written, full of suspense, clearly this is a book full of extremely accurate detail of the Police departments, the prison system, drug abuse, it’s all very meticulously written and real real real. This is the real deal, wholly true so that the reader is fully on board with the story, you know it is genuine and like I said, it feels so real that you have the feeling you’re right there with the characters.

Absolutely gripping and entertaining read, without question I’ll be wanting to read more from this series, superb, highly recommend.
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