Marshall's Law

Marshall Grade is back and deadlier than ever as enemies from his past converge to enact a bloody plan of vengeance.Ex undercover cop Marshall Grade is hiding out in New York City when he learns that federal agent Lucas Cohen has survived a kidnapping Cohen was Marshall s ticket into witness protection, and his captors have a simple question where s Marshall now MarshallMarshall Grade is back and deadlier than ever as enemies from his past converge to enact a bloody plan of vengeance.Ex undercover cop Marshall Grade is hiding out in New York City when he learns that federal agent Lucas Cohen has survived a kidnapping Cohen was Marshall s ticket into witness protection, and his captors have a simple question where s Marshall now Marshall s undercover work gave him a long list of enemies, and the enemy in this case is a corrupt businessman named Dexter Vine Vine s almost broke, in debt to people even worse than himself, and he wants to settle old scores while he has time He s hired Ludo Coltrane a nonchalant psychopath and part time bar manager to find Marshall at any cost Ludo s no stranger to killing, but his associate, the cash strapped ex con Perry Rhodes, may prove of a liability than an asset.The question is what has Marshall done to make Dexter want him dead And are the contacts from his old life ex colleague Lana, and the heroin dealer Henry Lee prepared to help him, or will they just sell him out
Marshall s Law Marshall Grade is back and deadlier than ever as enemies from his past converge to enact a bloody plan of vengeance Ex undercover cop Marshall Grade is hiding out in New York City when he learns that

  • Title: Marshall's Law
  • Author: BenSanders
  • ISBN: 9781250058805
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Dark, violent, and grimy; the latest tale from Ben Sanders shows the still-young Aucklander has really found his stride when it comes to action-packed, gritty noir. His fifth novel (second starring ex-undercover cop Marshall Grade), crackles with vengeful energy. When Marshall finds out a federal agent was abducted so hired killers get info on Marshall’s whereabouts, he decides offense is the best form of defense. Saying goodbye to his California hideaway, Marshall returns East, linking up wit [...]

    2. This was my second Marshall book in under 24 hours and, whilst this was still a good read, I felt that it wasn't up there with the first in the series. The characters were still strong but the plot got a little bit convoluted and the jumping backwards and forwards between characters happened a little bit too often so I broke up the flow.I was also moderately disappointed with the ending. Can't say much more than that without giving away a key plot item but Book 3 won't be the same for me. That s [...]

    3. The second Marshall Grade book is a good crime thriller with one minor flaw. It is told from the points of view of a half dozen of the characters. That choice almost works very well in that it fleshes out some of the characters, but it also takes attention away from Marshall himself. Marshall Grade (once John Marshall) is a former undercover cop whose assignment turned very deadly. Having gone into WITSEC, Marshall (as he's always referred to) is still on the run from the vengeance of the family [...]

    4. I won this book as part of a giveaway. Easy read. Similar in vein to a Jack Reacher, Harry Bosch novel. Second in series but it reads well as a standalone. New Zealand Author.

    5. I was given this book for Christmas from my son Marshall well played Son, well played! The fact that I have already finished reading it speaks volumes about its content. Fast paced action with lots of suspense and intrigue, the author Ben Sanders paints a vivid picture of the violent underbelly in urban America and I enjoyed seeing the story unfold through the eyes of the main protagonist, Ex-undercover cop Marshall Grade. He is a likeable tough guy, but one you wouldn't want to cross. His frie [...]

    6. Marshall's Law by Ben SandersI was fortunate enough to win a copy of Ben Saunders' new book - Marshall's Law from the publisher Allen & Unwin. Fortunate is definitely the right word, I'd previously never heard of Ben Saunders so I had no expectations. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and will be purchasing his previous work. The story is told from multiple first person perspectives which seemed odd at first but I really enjoyed this writing style, it gives the reader a deeper understanding of t [...]

    7. Marshall's Law by Ben Sanders was gripping and dramatic and altogether fast paced. Marshall's Law is the second book in the Marshall Grade series. Not having read the first book I didn't find the story difficult to understand nor the changing of characters in each chapter difficult to follow. The starting chapter was unbelievably explosive! Review copy received from Allen & Unwin Publishers Australia

    8. This was an interesting book. I guess there are others with this character, Marshall, but I didn't know that going in. I kind of liked the lack of back story. I didn't always understand the motivations of the Perry character, but I felt that his actions were believable and that's what I liked. The Marshall character is just a little too-cool-for-school and gets out of scraps a little too easily. Overall, it was an okay story for an easy read.

    9. I found the book to be fast paced and while some of it was a little hard to believe, still very enjoyable. I particularly liked the story being told from different characters' perspective. It added depth to each character that would be very difficult to set up in this genre. My first Ben Sanders book and I will go back and read the first one and the third in the series when it comes out.

    10. Embarrassed to have read this "shoot 'em up, bang bang" The author can write but the main emotion appears to be fear follow by car chases or getting roused and thrown in the back of someone's car, SVU, etc. Tiresome, and one dimensional. I like to pick up books at the library, randomly, and once I started this one, I thought I'd give it a chanced idea.

    11. Top Notch Crime ThrillerI really like this guy. This is the second book of his I've read( the first was American Blood). And both were great very hardboiled crime novels. A little like Westlake's Parker with some Leonard thrown in. Will read all his books. Recommended, especially if you like your crime thrillers tough and violent.

    12. Ex-undercover cop Marshall is in the witness protection program until he finds out someone from the past is trying to find him. He needs to find them before he ends up dead. Lots of twists in the story.

    13. The book was action packed and immersive. The characters were well portrayed and it was an overall fun book to read.

    14. American Blood was fantastic - five-stars. This one, while still very well written, suffered from trying to shoehorn too many other people's point of view in apart from the main character.

    15. The Marshall Grade series is American noir of the minimalist, dark kind, bought to you by New Zealander Ben Sanders.The first book AMERICAN BLOOD (reviewed here reviewingtheevidence/revie) introduced the central character of Marshall Grade. Grade is a classic lone wolf, vigilante machine, with no discernible soft spots and a past littered with dodgy characters. Hence his long list of enemies and a contract killer on his tail. Flushed out of hiding when somebody as close to being a friend as you [...]

    16. Received book from give away contest. Took me a while to get into the story line as it had characters that were dispassionate and I couldn't get into initially. However, after pushing through after several starts and stops, I found the character development to start making sense in its connections to other characters and the book became quite interesting. It is a real crime novel pot boiler with a main character Marshall Grade who you can really sink your teeth into. Marshall was in law enforce [...]

    17. Marshall is a hunted man but just who is hunting him. It seems that there are a lot of people after him.

    18. A great follow up. Well ploted and new developments in the protagonists storyline. Reccomended if you want a fun thriller.

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