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Porter's Rule: Slave to the City

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You serve the city all your life. Then you do one stupid thing and everything falls apart.

It started off as just another day on the job, when Porter saw her sitting there in the diner. Her long, flowing auburn hair, and that look of sadness in her eyes. Alarm bells rang for Detective Matt Porter. The ones that said All women are Trouble. No Exception. Rule 2. But the one
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Paperback, First, 400 pages
Published December 1st 2015 by Imagin8 Publishing (first published March 28th 2015)
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Karan Gupte
Feb 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing
First off, I received this book for free on through Goodreads Giveaways. I would like to thank the author for listing this book on a Giveaway.

As for the book, it was a thrilling read with twists & turns at unexpected points. Couldn't put it down easily once I started reading. Believe me when I say I was actually late for my work last week coz I got so engrossed in reading this book that I lost track of time. Such books are a rare find nowadays & both the author & the editor has done
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Robyn
I read Garage Band by Adam Rabinowitz last year and enjoyed that book tremendously, so couldn’t wait to get my hands on another of his books. I enjoy how different the two are, it’s amazing for me to see how there is almost a double sidedness to authors.

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Matt Porter is a cop, he’s always been one of those people who stand up against the reckless, the mean and the criminal. He lives by a set of rules which have thus far ensured that his career as Detective is successful and enjoyable. Rule
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Tony Parsons
Mar 07, 2016 rated it liked it
What is Detective Matthew “Matt” Porter (narrator) really looking for?
Are Dillon Clarke (former HS thug, millionaire, Grace’s ex) & Kevin Fisher (45, Owner Cigar Lounge & Bar) in cahoots together?
Who really is D.C. Clarke (aka Problem Solver)?

I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.

A very awesome book cover, great fo
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Colin Van Rensburg
Mar 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This the first book in a trilogy. It is followed by Masters of the City, and the last book is Lords of the City. I have just finished the last one and the trilogy gets better and better as you go along. Mathew Porter is a good-guy vigilante, trying to right the wrongs in a broken society where the police do not care or even try. But, he is dogged by a nemesis, who features throughout the books and the grand finale is a page turner, riveting to the end. The love interest in the books is unique an ...more
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