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A drug running bike gang, a corrupted justice system, and new love collide.

New Zealand’s Justice system is compromised by a brutal drug running bike gang. The government assigns employee, Iain Morrissey, the task of finding hidden computer code. Iain, a timid, OCD driven man, finds his dream girl. The dream disintegrates into a life-threatening nightmare as her dark past
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Paperback, 396 pages
Published June 20th 2012 by Russell Turney via Rule of Three Press (first published 2011)
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Jackie Jones
Mar 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
At first, I wanted to take a star off my rating for taste reasons--the story was just a little too dark and violent for me. But then the critic in me realized that this book deserves that last star because of how dark it was. I mean, the bad guy is REALLY bad. Russell Turney is very good at creating dimensional characters with different facets to their personalities. For instance, one of the "bad" guys does some good things at different points in the story, showing that he's not all bad. Also, t ...more
R.E. Sheahan
Jul 08, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Plenty of action and a sweet developing romance. Definitely got caught up in the danger. Iain is a complex but believable character. All the characters take on a real life. Very descriptive of the area. Makes me want to visit New Zealand.
Robert and Ruth Harris
Mar 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing
A man of many faces, shy yet strong, unsure of himself but sure of what he believes in. A beautiful woman, once broken, now afraid to be put on a pedestal in his eyes, she looks at the world like a deer in the headlights. A frighteningly real motorcycle gang, full of violence and anger, with just a smidgeon of humanity that redeems a few of them. And so much more. Exciting and believable. A balance of emotion and action. Showing human character at its best and at its worst. Enjoyed this book. Wa ...more
Monica Matthews-Drake
I'm not much of a romantic so the love story woven through was a tad mushy for my taste. I did enjoy the scene in the car though. As first books go I've read much worse and a few that were better. It was entertaining and I enjoyed kiwi-isms. I look forward to future books from this author.
Hilary
Sep 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: first-reads
it's a bit confusing since there are many narrators but its a great book though and catherine has finally fallen in love
Nonen Titi
Nov 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
Although I do not usually read crime novels, I found Russell’s book well worth the read. The plot is well worked out; the pacing and tone comfortable and the characters well developed and realistic. The story setting is Wellington, but non-residents can easily follow along. With at least six point of view characters and a good number of believable others, the story is an mix of realistic complexity and easy to follow events, yet with enough foreshadowing and plot points to keep the reader turnin ...more
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Russell Turney is a photographer, adventurer and writer who discovered the love of writing late in life.
A New Zealander by birth and nature, home for much of the year is a twenty-two foot motorhome. Using Grants Pass, Oregon as his base, he travels the back roads of North America, stopping to write wherever he feels guided to do so.
Russell has written ‘Tough Justice’, a thriller set in New Zeala
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