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Boot Tracks by Matthew F. Jones
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Jul 16, 2010

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Charlie Rankin, newly released from prison, has been sent on an errand. "The Buddha", the man who gave him protection on the inside has given him the name of a man that he wants killed, a man Charlie has never seen. Not the least of his challenges in getting the job done is that he can’t distinguish what is real from what his overheated imagination is creating. Did he go to the right house? Did he kill the right man, or any man at all for that matter? How can he know for sure?

This is good stuff if you enjoy noir crime fiction. You’re carried along with Charlie on his ill-fated mission, realizing as the story progresses that you are experiencing events as seen by a very disordered mind. It’s a compelling trip to the dark side. --Ardis

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