Front Cover
Medallion Press, 2011 - Fiction - 323 pages
8 Reviews
Despite the best efforts of his trainer and mentor, 28-year-old heavyweight mixed martial artist Aaron “Woodshed”Wallace just can’t move beyond the low-level MMA fight rungs. His criminal past and self-destructive tendencies have proven to be the biggest hurdle he can’t seem to overcome. So when Woodshed is offered a match against the rising heavyweight star of the largest MMA organization in the Western hemisphere, he’s all over it. The night before the fight, Woodshed runs into Lance, a small-time criminal from his past, and Lance’s bookie Kendall. Ever the opportunist, Kendall plans to bet big on Woodshed to win; and to increase his motivation, Kendall kidnaps Lance. Blaming himself for the kidnapping, Woodshed resolves to attempt a rescue. But in order to have any chance of tracking Kendall down, Woodshed has to reconnect with a gunrunner and a drug dealer from his crime-ridden past and risk losing his big MMA opportunity.

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

Review: Suckerpunch: Round One in the Woodshed Wallace Series (Woodshed Wallace Series #1)

User Review  - Carl Alves - Goodreads

In this novel, Aaron “Woodshed” Wallace is a professional mixed martial arts fighter with a very shaky past. He's rough around the edges and is the kind of person who only knows fighting, so he might ... Read full review

Review: Suckerpunch: Round One in the Woodshed Wallace Series (Woodshed Wallace Series #1)

User Review  - Kaylah Hancock - Goodreads

A story that was quick and simple. The different character interactions made them interesting but I was disappointed by the lack of character development; Woody being my favorite by far because he was ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Jeremy Brown is the author of the Crime Files: Four-Minute Forensic Mysteries books. He is trained in Jeet Kune Do, MMA, and close-quarters combat. He lives in Michigan.

Bibliographic information