Bury Me Deep

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Mike Black is making the move to take his organization completely legitimate. When Congressman Martin Marshall tells him about a ethanol venture in Cuba with a group of Chinese businessman, Black agrees. Martin had set up a meeting the next day with the Chinese. When things don’t go their way, Black is shot and left for dead. More

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Words: 30,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458172181
About Roy Glenn

Roy Glenn was born and raised in the Bronx and currently lives in Jacksonville, Florida. He is the author of Revenge, Who's Next, The Name of The Game, The Circle Remains Unbroken and Mr. & Mrs. Black.
Roy began writing his first novel Is It a Crime, which became a bestseller and gave birth to the popular character Mike Black, and the saga began. His other novels include Killing Them Softly, Hostile Takeover and Doctor/Patient Confidentiality, as well as tales of romantic suspense; In Your Arms, Crime of Passion, Body of Evidence, Ulterior Motive, The Wrong Man.
Roy is working on several projects including Definition of Destruction and Gimme some Lovin', the next story in The Reign of Rain Robinson.

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Review by: Lillie Beason on Aug. 12, 2011 :
In order for one to fully enjoy this book as well as the authors talents behind this book: characters: or plots etc. read the Mike Black series from the beginning. this should bring some understanding to the concept off this particular book.
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Review by: Nora Lee on Aug. 11, 2011 :
I had trouble getting into this book. From the middle to the end I found myself skipping through paragraphs to get finished. I didn't find the characters interesting and there isn't a coherent plot. The author used excessive hyphens, I guess to create an ethnic dialect in the prose, and it was simply distracting. There is confusion abut use of first person and third person in the same paragraphs, and between past and present tense. Sorry author, but I did not enjoy it.
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Review by: Gail McFarland on July 21, 2011 :
A simple tale told fast and dirty. I wanted to know more, so I guess I'll be reading other books in the series.
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