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Targets Down: A Novel

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  • Posted January 24, 2011

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    drugs dealers and FBI

    Los Angles, Ca. Matt Hogan was dressing so that he could go out as an undercover agent to try and catch some of the low life drug pusher out on the streets. Unknown to the agents murders were taking place as they were getting dressed. So many drug dealers out there with not enough agents but they do their best.

    As on of the agent's wife was out at a meeting and she had driven his old car, but as she got out on the highway it stopped with her. Her cell phone would not work and it was so dark she didn't know what she was going to do. The strip of highway was not that busy but finely a car came alone and it was a black minster that she knew, as he was trying to see what was wrong with her car, he looked and someone had stopped about one hundred yards behind them, they took something out and threw it over the embankment. She was praying that the truck would not see them but they did and came back, shot the minister in the head and also Lydia. Soon a couple of teens came alone and one stayed and the other went to call for help.
    Are both of these people dead or will there be some hope.

    So much going on with the FBI as they tried to find who did this to the couple and then they had all the drugs dealers to find and hope to stop as least part of them.

    If you like a mystery book on FBI's cops and drug dealers then this is the book for you it has it all. It reads as though the book was really the life story of Bob Hamer as he had been one of the "good guys" for so many years.

    This advanced copy of this book was sent to me for review by BH Publishing.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 24, 2011

    Another Excellent Read

    In this second novel in the Matt Hogan series Bob Hamer has excelled in his writing. As I have said before, his works of fiction could just as easily have been a true crime novel. I'm looking forward to more from Bob in his Matt Hogan series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 18, 2011

    Bob's books just get better & better!

    I highly recommend this great read! This book hooked me from the first chapter & I couldn't put it down. The author is a great story teller, a master with words, entertaining, informative & humorous. This book offers it all! As you read the become part of it...and see it playing out as a movie in your mind! Fiction becomes reality in this book! This definitely has movie potential! SLH, Dayton, Ohio

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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