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Devils Hole by Bill Branon
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Sep 12, 2008

did not like it
bookshelves: anti-hero, contemporary_post_1945, male_author, noir, nevada_lasvegas, thriller

Branson, Bill

In Devils Hole, a scarred warrior turned modern-day avenger sees his icy, almost superhuman control threatened by the one thing he never expected: falling in love. With a background as a master sniper in Vietnam and a portfolio of nightmares, Arthur roams the country dealing swift justice to society's predators. An unstoppable juggernaut once he gets a contract, Arthur's "signature" is to devise a death that fits the victim's crime. But in Las Vegas, he confronts his most daunting target yet, just as he stumbles on the woman who can make him whole again. Predator and prey, and the woman who stands between them -- in Devils Hole each will be terrifyingly tested as intense passion and violence collide.

This had a VERY brutal beginning. Infact, I didn't even get past page 20!

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