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A Mouth Full Of Blood

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A year after the pulse-pounding action of Split Decision, Jimmy Wyler is back in Chicago trying to put his life back together. Working a job washing dishes in a late night diner, Jimmy vows to never get into a boxing ring again.
But then, someone needs him. Leo, a teenaged boy who fights hard against the city every day, could use a man like Jimmy. To help save him from his
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Dave
Jun 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Beetner's "A Mouth Full of Blood" is termed a sequel to "Split Decision." Don't let that throw you. The only connection between the two is that the same lead character (Jimmy) is featured in both. "Mouth Full" is not a continuation of an earlier story. This one features some nasty no-holds-barred boxing action, but the meat of the story is about Jimmy's arrival in a new city or rather his return to Chicago where he once grown up in St. Vincent's orphanage. Here, Jimmy isn't as focused on his own ...more
Jack Tunney
Jan 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Chicago, 1955

A year after the pulse-pounding action of Split Decision, Jimmy Wyler is back in Chicago trying to put his life back together. Working a job washing dishes in a late night diner, Jimmy vows to never get into a boxing ring again.

But then, someone needs him. Leo, a teenaged boy who fights hard against the city every day, could use a man like Jimmy. To help save him from his alcoholic father, and to save his only sister from a pimp bent on turning her out.

Jimmy must fight again. Figh
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Mxyzptlk
Nov 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Jimmy Wyler finds himself back in Chicago after getting himself in a little trouble in Kansas City in the previous novel.
He's all settled in, done with the boxing, and has a job with a local diner - but this novella does not take long before we find Jimmy back in the action and of course back in the ring. Like it's predecessor and other books in the Fight Card series, the writing is lean and mean but packs quite the punch. The book certainly seems to leave room for further adventures of Jimmy Wy
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Eric Beetner is the author of The Devil Doesn't Want Me, Dig Two Graves, White Hot Pistol, The Year I Died Seven Times, Criminal Economics, Stripper Pole At The End Of The World and the story collection A Bouquet of Bullets. He is co-author (with JB Kohl) of One Too Many Blows To The Head and the sequel, Borrowed Trouble as well as writing two novellas in the acclaimed Fightcard series, Split
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