Marshall Grade
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    American Blood | Ben Sanders

    American Blood

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    • By Ben Sanders
    • Narrated By George Newbern
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    In Ben Sanders' American Blood, a former undercover cop now in witness protection finds himself pulled into the search for a missing woman. With film rights sold to Warner Bros wand Bradley Cooper attached to star and produce, American Blood is sure to be a blockbuster success.

    A rare treat

    Cool, Slick, Happening.

    Reviewed on 07 January 2016 by Mr William Dewar ()
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    American Blood: A Novel | Ben Sanders

    American Blood: A Novel

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    After a botched undercover operation, ex-NYPD officer Marshall Grade is living in witness protection in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Marshall's instructions are to keep a low profile: the mob wants him dead, and a contract killer known as the Dallas Man has been hired to track him down. Racked with guilt over wrongs committed during his undercover work, and seeking atonement, Marshall investigates the disappearance of a local woman named Alyce Ray.

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    Marshall's Law: A Novel | Ben Sanders

    Marshall's Law: A Novel

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    • By Ben Sanders
    • Narrated By George Newbern
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    Ex-undercover cop Marshall Grade is hiding out in California when he learns that federal agent Lucas Cohen has survived a kidnapping. Cohen was Marshall's ticket into witness protection, and his captors have a simple question: Where's Marshall now? Marshall's undercover work gave him a long list of enemies, and the enemy in this case is a corrupt businessman named Dexter Vine.

    Too many points of view

    The story is told from the perspective of far too many of the characters including most of the baddies. Would have been more engrossing if we'd stuck..Show More »

    Reviewed on 29 May 2017 by Ms D. ()