Untold Damage

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2013 - Fiction - 278 pages
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Sometimes the darkest moments of our lives give us the brightest chance at our redemption

Estranged from his wife and daughter, former undercover cop Mark Mallen has spent the last four years in a haze of heroin. And when his best friend from the academy, Eric Russ, is murdered, all the evidence points to Mallen as the prime suspect.

Now Mallen's former colleagues on the force are turning up the heat and Russ's survivors are in desperate need of answers. But if he wants to serve justice to the real killer, Mallen knows he'll have to get clean. Turning a life around is murder for a junkie, especially when two low-life thugs want him dead. Bruised, battered, and written off by nearly everyone, Mallen must make amends for his damaged past and restore hope for a better future.


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Review: Untold Damage (Mark Mallen novels #1)

User Review  - Margie - Goodreads

Not a genre I'd normally choose, but I'm glad I chose this book. I'm even looking forward to reading more of this series; not converted yet to the genre, but I've got a bit of a fangirl crush going on ... Read full review

Review: Untold Damage (Mark Mallen novels #1)

User Review  - Priscille Sibley - Goodreads

Deliciously noir, with a good dose of right and wrong, the law be damned, UNTOLD DAMAGE is a brilliant debut by Robert K. Lewis. After devouring UNTOLD DAMAGE, I can't wait to read his second novel, CRITICAL DAMAGE! Read full review

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Bay Area resident Robert K. Lewis has been a painter, printmaker, and a produced screenwriter. He is a contributor to Macmillan's crime fiction fansite, Criminal Element. Lewis is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, the International Thriller Writers, and the Crime Writers Association. Innocent Damage nbsp;is his third novel. Visit him online at RobertKLewis.com and at needlecity.wordpress.com .

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