SIMILAR BOOKS BY CATEGORY
LINK FROM YOUR SITE
195 pages (10/1/2010); 948KB downloadECW Press
; ISBN: 9781554909483
"You set me loose. Everything that happened was because you saw fit to use me as bait. And what was I on the hook for? You just wanted a bust you could attach your name to so you could get ahead. Don't try to pretend that you’re Dudley Do-Right. You're just an opportunist with a badge."
They should have known better than to look for him. Wilson had been gone for two years until his old boss forced him to come home to be a grinder again. Wilson did the job he was blackmailed into doing and settled things, his way, with everyone. He was free — for two minutes.
A random car accident destroys everything and puts Wilson into the crosshairs again, but this time the gun is in the hands of a cop. Justice isn't blind in the city; it's as bent as the tip of a bullet. Dirty cops are using Wilson as bait and the only way for him to stay out of cuffs is to help put someone worse in them. Wilson picks a fight with the Russian mob and lures both cops and robbers into his own trap. Everyone is crooked in the city, but not everyone is a survivor.
"In Plain Sight" is the third book featuring reluctant mob-enforcer Wilson, following "Darwin's Nightmare" (2008) and "Grinder" (2009).
"Readers who like their mean streets really mean will be thoroughly satisfied."
—"Publishers Weekly," starred review, on "Grinder"