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The Merry Pranked

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Journalist Leslie Marshall is haunted by his past, and now, as he watches another relationship circle the drain he’s determined to do something about it. Despite having watched his entire family murdered when he was a 10-year-old boy, the killers have never been brought to justice. As Leslie sets out seeking revenge, he finds himself confronted by his father’s long buried ...more
Kindle Edition, 261 pages
Published May 4th 2014
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Michael Ramey
Jun 13, 2016 Michael Ramey rated it really liked it
Returning to his first love, books, entertainment journalist and indie screenwriter David Rusk has taken the skills in storytelling he’s mastered for writing movies and translated them into a brilliant thriller that provides the reader with a compelling and entertaining story with its own unexpected twists and turns.

The Merry Pranked is a novel about flawed characters, the main one being Leslie Marshall, a journalist who witnessed his families murder at the hands of mob boss Morgan Neil, when Le
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Journalist and author of the novels Tripping on Tears, The Merry Pranked, The Marquis Mark and Barkerton. Coming soon...Random Acts.
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