Debt Crusher

Debt Crusher Cam Reynolds has a problem When Cam s longtime boss Tom Colcetti dies and leaves control of his criminal organization to his predatory son Tommy Cam may finally get the chance to run a crew of his ow

  • Title: Debt Crusher
  • Author: Michael Pool
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Cam Reynolds has a problem When Cam s longtime boss Tom Colcetti dies and leaves control of his criminal organization to his predatory son Tommy, Cam may finally get the chance to run a crew of his own But Tommy has his eyes on new business horizons, and Cam just made a mistake that could destroy Tommy s heavy hitting new partnership Now Cam must struggle against violenCam Reynolds has a problem When Cam s longtime boss Tom Colcetti dies and leaves control of his criminal organization to his predatory son Tommy, Cam may finally get the chance to run a crew of his own But Tommy has his eyes on new business horizons, and Cam just made a mistake that could destroy Tommy s heavy hitting new partnership Now Cam must struggle against violent forces of betrayal, lust, and greed as he attempts to either salvage his career, or get out of the game with his life still intact.

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      Published :2018-08-08T14:37:18+00:00

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    1. Synopsis/blurb.Cam Reynolds has a problem. When Cam’s longtime boss Tom Colcetti dies and leaves control of his criminal organization to his predatory son Tommy, Cam may finally get the chance to run a crew of his own. But Tommy has his eyes on new business horizons, and Cam just made a mistake that could destroy Tommy’s heavy-hitting new partnership. Now Cam must struggle against violent forces of betrayal, lust, and greed as he attempts to either salvage his career, or get out of the game [...]

    2. Debt Crasher, plot wise, reminds me vaguely of a Takeshi Kitano film. It stars a troubled guy, named Cam Reynolds, who gets into a bit of a scramble with a Latino mobster. This causes his life to take a tussle when he accidentally kills the man. So as we all know, being a mobster can have its ups and downs, but 99% of the time it consists of having your life on the edge of a knife, the welder just itching to cut right through you. "I do what I have to and never an inch more. Been looking out for [...]

    3. Fast paced. Punchy story with well drawn characters. Good luck finding a place to stop. You'll read to the end. Leaves you wanting more.

    4. Debt Crusher may only be a novelette, but if you are on the lookout for tough guy fiction, you found it. This book is chock full of solid action from start to finish. Cam might be an enforcer and a debt collector, but when a mistake puts him in hot water with the new boss and his new partners, all hell breaks loose and Cam is on the run from the meanest cartel with only a short-skirted, sharp-tongued woman he found in a dive bar to depend on. The story takes place for the most part in Seattle, b [...]

    5. A good mob storyThese days mob stories are to crime fiction what zombie stories are to horror. A well trodden area of the genre that never really changes much. In Debt Crushed author Michael Poole switches it up by setting it in Seattle and then ripping the main character out of the mob he had spent so much time in and putting him on the run. Poole, who I had never read before and wasn't even on my radar, writes a good short, sharp yarn. His writing is clean and goes for the throat, although the [...]

    6. Debt Crusher is a fantastic debut novella by Michael Pool. The story line is fast and tight. I'd argue that Pool has a full novel in him--whether it's Cam or some other character. I look forward to see where his writing goes in his next book.

    7. Debt Crusher was my introduction to Michael Pool and oh boy am I glad we were introduced! This novella reads like a kick to the balls; it came out of nowhere, left me gasping for air, and it’s gonna take a while until I return to my initial condition.It will be easier for me to allow the main character, Cam Reynolds, give his own book synopsis: “I’m a debt collector. My job is to convince gamblers who owe money to my boss that they ought to take care of their outstanding debt. I made a mis [...]

    8. Kick-ass crime novella that has the feel of those Gold Medal pulps and also has the vibe of Winslow's The Winter of Frankie Machine as Crusher is on the run and then getting even. A fun and fast read that only slowed a bit in the middle as some back story bio got dropped. Maybe we get more Crusher in another book? That would be a good thing.Set in Seattle (although only lightly described with basically names of places) and the mob crews in the novella are modeled on the Colacurcio family who ran [...]

    9. An expertly rendered crime tale. Setting the tale in Seattle and then Cripple Creek Colorado gave it a little bit different flavor than most mob revenge stories but it could have used a few more twists and turns and a little less use of well worn tropes. While there is nothing new here, it is still damn entertaining and hard to put down.

    10. Good ReadI enjoyed reading this book. I did think there could have been a bit more development of some of the characters. However, it was still worth reading.

    11. A nice short burst of solid, often exciting action. The hero, Cam, had me pulling for him. Like other readers, though, I couldn't get past the way the character of Loraine was introduced and handled.

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