NEAR ENEMY: a spademan novel
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"Outstanding… More fun than a book about the aftermath of a giant terrorist attack has any right to be." — ESQUIRE
"An impressively thrilling narrative of terrorism, virtual reality and never really knowing who, or what, the enemy is." — TIME OUT NY
"Violent, stylish, and even better than the first one." — SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
"Bleak, black, bloody great!" (4 stars) — SUNDAY SPORT UK
"Fiction so fiery it will blister your subconscious… stunning the senses with its electric prose and shocking plot twists." — FREDERICKSBURG FREE LANCE-STAR
"Compelling… Intellectually beguiling… Popular fiction that engages one's heart, mind, and adrenaline the way the Spademan novels do is something to be savored." (Starred review) — BOOKLIST
In this sequel to the Edgar Award-nominated SHOVEL READY, Spademan, the garbageman-turned-hitman in a bombed-out, dystopian New York, follows a threatening new path full of unsavory characters and startling revelations — to uncover a conspiracy bigger, and darker, than he ever could have imagined. LEARN MORE.
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MEANWHILE, ON TWITTER:
RT @mattzollerseitz: Today I am thinking of my late uncle George, who served two tours in Vietnam, one in Korea, and said the best Vietnam film was ALIENS.
Someday, hopefully not too far off, BABY DRIVER and LOGAN LUCKY are going to make a helluva double feature.