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Denny the Dent: 5 Tales of Street Justice
     

Denny the Dent: 5 Tales of Street Justice

by Thomas Pluck
 
"I ain't smart but I listen good."
Denny Forrest is six foot five, three-fifty, and he can lift a truck off a trapped child or twist a man's head clean off with his bare hands. Born with a dent in his skull that makes every one he meets think he is big and stupid, Denny knows right from wrong... and when the baddest men in Newark won't leave him and his friends be

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"I ain't smart but I listen good."
Denny Forrest is six foot five, three-fifty, and he can lift a truck off a trapped child or twist a man's head clean off with his bare hands. Born with a dent in his skull that makes every one he meets think he is big and stupid, Denny knows right from wrong... and when the baddest men in Newark won't leave him and his friends be, he pounds the wrong out of them with his two big hands. 5 tales of urban noir and street justice from Thomas Pluck.. Hardboiled legend Andrew Vachss calls his work "hardcore-clean writing delivered at warp speed."

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Tyson Tyson
"I fell in love with Denny, scars and all."
Pankhearst Review - Tyson Tyson
"I fell in love with Denny, scars and all."
The Zero - Andrew Vachss
"hardcore-clean writing delivered at warp speed." --Andrew Vachss on BLADE OF DISHONOR
Andrew Vachss
"hardcore-clean writing delivered at warp speed." --Andrew Vachss on BLADE OF DISHONOR

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148116219
Publisher:
Goombah Gumbo Press
Publication date:
02/09/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
390 KB

Meet the Author

Thomas Pluck writes unflinching fiction with heart. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two cats, where he powerlifts and trains in mixed-martial arts. He's a computer geek now, but has worked on the docks, at construction sites, and has flipped burgers, washed dishes, and even cleaned the bathrooms of the Guggenheim museum. His debut novel Blade of Dishonor stars MMA fighter 'Rage Cage' Reeves rescuing his WWII vet grandpa from a battle between ninja and samurai over a stolen sword. His work has appeared in The Utne Reader, [PANK] Magazine, Needle: A Magazine of Noir, Criminal Element, and numerous anthologies. He is also the editor of Protectors: Stories to Benefit PROTECT, which includes "Runaway" by Dave White, which was chosen as a distinguished story in Best American Mystery Stories 2013. You can find him on the web at www.thomaspluck.com and Twitter as @thomaspluck

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