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Cobra Clutch by A.J. Devlin
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it was amazing

Ex-wrestler Jed "Hammerhead" Ounstead is cajoled into what starts out a fairly absurd missing-snake investigation, as a favour for an old friend. But things swiftly go south for Jed, when his much-scoffed-at missing pet inquiries veers straight into a grotesque murder scene. Jed is left with nowhere to go but forward, and he does so with zeal, barging headlong into trouble with muscle, wit, a great stock of wrestling knowledge, and innate compassion. His search for those responsible for the cruel act keeps him on his toes as the action escalates, and he finds himself scrambling to save himself and those he loves, leading to an ear-splitting finale that's fit for the big screen. Great escapism, great vicarious head-knocking, as well as lots of laughs along the way. I have a feeling a sequel is on its way!
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Reading Progress

May 10, 2018 – Started Reading
May 29, 2018 – Finished Reading
June 4, 2018 – Shelved

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