Razorblade Tears by S.A. Cosby
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
He did it again, folks. I was a tad bit nervous because I love Blacktop Wasteland so much, so while I was anxious for this next book, I was also anxious that it might not live up to my expectations. Well, I should have known Cosby would not disappoint.
First and foremost, this is unadulterated, R-rated, biker gang, prison tats action. It’s freaking awesome. Next, you have a dash of well-placed humor from an unlikely duo. The trifecta is the heart. These aren’t stone cold killing machines, these are grandpas out to avenge their sons’ deaths and protect their family at all costs. They do only what is necessary, but it is very necessary. However, that is not even close to everything this story encompasses. Through this nitty gritty landscape, you have a soft, melty center that has two crusty ex-cons battling their guilt of how they treated their now deceased sons, while examining their own feelings and prejudices, and somehow these old dogs managed to learn a few new tricks.
If you prefer your thrillers to entertain with fights and explosions, choke you up with emotion, and make you laugh throughout, you have to get your hands on a copy of this fantastic book.
An advanced copy of this book was sent to me by the publisher. The opinions are my own.
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