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Zac Hunter is back in his second outing as the ex-cop, now Private Investigator. This thriller sees him drawn in to the gangland world of LA and it’s just as gritty and hard hitting as his previous novel, Justice for All. Urban noir with the cool, collected and very dangerous Zac Hunter.
All hell is breaking loose in the city of Angels…
In this breakneck sequel to Justice for All, ex-LAPD detective Zac Hunter receives a cry for help from an old snitch, gangbanger Angel Cortez. Angel’s daughter Gracie has gone missing, and her boyfriend knows more than he’s letting on. Discovering that a rival gang grabbed Gracie from an East Los Angeles park, Hunter agrees to do what he can to find the missing girl.
As two rival gangs wage war on each other, only Hunter and the mysterious vigilante Stone will be able to save Gracie – and prevent a city from going up in flames.
|Publication date:||17th July 2009|
|Primary Genre||Action Adventure|
Steven Hague spent ten years churning out copy for one of Europe’s largest investment companies before he finally managed to break free of his shackles and slip away under cover of darkness. Having bade a life of financial security farewell, he got the crazy notion to embark on his lifelong dream to become a crime fiction writer, and the result of his wordsmithery is the exciting debut novel Justice for All. Steven is 35 years old, and he lives in Norwich with his wife, editor-in-chief and harshest critic Lisa, and his chocolate Labrador, Murphy. He is a sucker for ...More About Steven Hague