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Never Count Out The Dead

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  91 ratings  ·  9 reviews
From the winner of the CWA John Creasey Dagger comes a second thriller equally as powerful, terrifying and gripping as God is a Bullet. When a Los Angeles construction scandal threatens to blow sky-high, suspicions soar, allegiances crumble, and an unlikely investigative reporter uncovers enough material to bring prominent careers crashing to an end. Behind the scenes, one...more
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Published February 7th 2003 by Not Avail (first published 2001)
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Joanne
I found this book strange, yet intriguing. I admit that I found the slang used very unfamiliar, but that isn't why I didn't rate this book very high. Vic, the left for dead police office who's career is destroyed is bent on revenge, according to the jacket. That just didn't come through. I did for very sorry for Shay, the target of her mother's hate/love/self destruction, but she is really the only beleivable character I found in the book. i just wasn't impressed, but not bored enough to stop re...more
Gregory Mcdonald
A great book for the dog days of summer. This book is a fever burning in the brain,racing speeding bullet fashion from intense,to crazy;with the occasional detour into dementia. Teran is like Charles Dickens on crystal meth,populating his novel with a cast of murders,sadists,lunatics,freak, and subdivions of all of the above. He may even have succeeded in inventing a few charcter types that can't be qualified. I don't promise that you'll like this book;it is aimed at a certain taste,but I do pro...more
Lee
I really enjoyed Mr. Teran's first novel, "God is a Bullet". He didn't have a sophmore let down with his second effort. This is pulp fiction at it's best.
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Brilliantly engaging. Some don't like all the colourful language of this author - imagine Henry Miller gone all modern murder
Mandy anderson
Violent, gruesome, weird, all about the underbelly of the world. Not a happy book
Jamesirwin19
Pulp fiction at its best but not what I would call a literary masterpiece.
Yoon
Loved the book, hated the atrocious Kindle format.
Jessamine
Crazy good.
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Boston Teran is the acclaimed author of six novels. GOD IS A BULLET is considered a cult classic that has been compared to such seminal works as Joan Didion’s THE WHITE ALBUM and John Ford’s THE SEARCHERS. NEVER COUNT OUT THE DEAD has been called a modern equivalent of MacBeth and TROIS FEMMES (THREE WOMEN) has been reviewed as "a true masterpiece."

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