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Hogdoggin'

Anthony Neil Smith, Author
Anthony Neil Smith, Author . Bleak House $24.95 (313p) ISBN 978-1-60648-024-3 ISBN 978-1-60648-025-0
Reviewed on: 04/13/2009
Release date: 06/01/2009
Paperback - 313 pages - 978-1-60648-025-0
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The squeamish will want to avoid this violence-laden sequel to Smith's Yellow Medicine (2008), in which terrorists framed Billy Lafitte, a former Minnesota deputy, for some gruesome murders. Now in South Dakota, Lafitte is serving as sergeant at arms for Steel God, the ruler of a biker gang whose control over his clan is coming under challenge as his health declines. After Lafitte gets an emergency message to return home, he crosses paths with the FBI agent he once assaulted, Franklin Rome, who's plotting revenge against him. Most of the action concerns the efforts of Rome, aided by his assistant, Joshua McKeown, to catch up with Lafitte, who accumulates additional enemies along the way. The book's brutality is exemplified by the blood sport that provides the title, which matches vicious dogs like rottweilers against helpless pigs. Fans of darkest noir will be most satisfied. (June)

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