Remo Went Rogue

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Bad Words Inc., Jan 23, 2017 - Fiction - 204 pages

He betrayed two ruthless killers, and no good verdict goes unpunished…


Remo Cobb is ready to wash his grimy soul clean. In an uncharacteristic burst of righteousness, the New York defense attorney throws the case of the most heinous criminals he’s ever represented. But after the psychotic Mashburn Brothers pull off an impossible prison break, Remo's instincts tell him his double crossing act of kindness may come back to kill him.


Barely staying one step ahead of his murderous pursuers, his only chance to survive lies in convincing a former client to help him stand and fight. All he has to do is trust someone who hates his guts as much as the Mashburns…


When the bullets start flying, will the best thing Remo ever did be the death of him?


Remo Went Rogue is the first book in the riveting Remo Cobb crime series. If you like pulp thrillers, dark humor, and wickedly entertaining antiheroes, then you’ll love Mike McCrary’s high-octane novel.


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About the author (2017)

Mike McCrary has been a waiter, a securities trader, dishwasher, investment manager and an unpaid Hollywood intern. He's quit corporate America, come back, been fired, been promoted, been fired again. Currently, he writes stories about questionable people who make questionable decisions. Keep up with Mike @mcmccrary or www.mikemccrary.com.


"Remo Went Rogue is a fast-paced, cinematic, and viciously dark novel that caught me completely off guard and left me wanting more. Mike McCrary is definitely a writer to watch." - John Rector, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author of The Ridge, Already Gone, and The Cold Kiss


"Either somebody set Chuck Palahniuk and Elmore Leonard up on a blind date or we have a new mad genius on our hands. Mike McCrary delivers a mini-pulp masterpiece with prose that pounds with the best of 'em, and a character in Remo Cobb so wickedly lovable you'll want to name your first born after him. As far as I'm concerned, crime fiction just got kicked in the balls."  - Peter Farris, author of Last Call for the Living

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