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I loved this great book when I worked on the edits, and I still love it. No Sympathy For The Wicked, by Joseph Albert King, is street talking, fast action all the way. You get to read about both sides of the under-belly of crime. Don't miss out on the very best in crime horror!

Blaze McRob

Book Description

April 9, 2014
There’s a reason they call Las Vegas “Sin City”. There’s a reason tourists are reassured “what happens here, stays here.” Dark places and shadows are the natural counterpart to bright lights and boundless sunshine. Las Vegas has plenty of both.

Wherever there are shadows there is the potential for shadowy figures and shady dealings. No Sympathy for the Wicked shines a light on a side of life where seduction, betrayal, death and damage are business as usual. Step into the shadows if you wish but remember to always watch your back.

4.0 out of 5 stars A wicked read April 26, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
This read gives another angle to the whole "What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" slogan. No book was better named for those wanted to roll and sport in the underbelly of Las Vegas through cruising along with the righteously pissed off, the depraved and debauched. A fine tour-de-force of wickedness. No shame involved in this world where it appears that people take care of their own problems to the point where police intervention and investigation is unexpected or at least discouraged as unnecessary. Gambling, prostitution and dog fighting are the natural consonants of life here. A well written read on the gritty, tough and unrelenting dealing with the unsavory and malicious. Cross lines and expect no quarter. 

4.0 out of 5 stars A Gripping Gritty Tale in Las Vegas August 15, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Let me preface with, this is not your run-of-the-mill read! It is actually a compilation of three short stories, all intertwined around the underbelly of Vegas life. We meet a wide barrage of ‘wicked’ folks from meth heads to mobsters, and they are all tied together via dog fights, drug deals, music moguls, death, and police investigations. Mark Rico is the central character that threads through all three stories. He’s a likable ex-gangster from Atlantic City. I especially like his golden pit-bull, Queen! In fact, I LOVE the author actually writes from the dog’s perspective from time to time! In these stories, the point of view can change at a moment’s notice. At first, it was disconcerting, but once I got the hang of it, I enjoyed being privy to the thoughts, feelings and experiences of different characters. I found the Vegas details to be accurate and entertaining! All in all, “No Sympathy for the Wicked” is a gritty, unusual, gripping, fast-paced page turner!

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