By Patrick Tuttle
on 4.15.11

The definition of a wildcase is a crime too savage and inexplicable to be easily categorized by the FBI. And in the case of Neil Russell’s Wildcase, a small town retired cop and his wife have been brutally murdered. The deceased happen to be friends of Rail Black, and if we learned anything from Neil Russel’s first book City of War, it’s that Rail Black’s loyalty to his friends knows no bounds. Black’s investigation pits him against a host of unsavory characters, good and bad guys alike. Blazing a path of destruction, Black finds himself with few alternatives other than a head on takedown. The ensuing fireworks, quick witted dialog and outstanding story line weave together to make for an engrossing read, keeping you guessing until the very end. Movie franchise anyone?

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