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- A “Hammerhead” Jed Mystery, Book 1
- Narrated by: Dan Condie
- Length: 8 hrs and 12 mins
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“Hammerhead” Jed Ounstead thought he’d traded the pro-wrestling world for the slightly less dangerous one of a bar bouncer and errand boy for his father’s detective agency, but the squared circle wasn’t quite done with him yet.
When his former tag-team partner draws upon their old friendship for help in finding his kidnapped pet snake, Jed finds himself dragged back into the fold of sleazy promoters, gimmicky performers, and violence inside and outside the ring. As the venom of Vancouver’s criminal underworld begins to seep into Jed’s life, a steel chair to the back of the head is the least of his problems.
Cobra Clutch is a fast-paced, hard-hitting debut novel by A.J. Devlin that features an unstoppable combo: a signature move of raucous humour with a super finisher of gritty realism.
What the critics say
“Cobra Clutch masterfully blends humor, mystery, thrills, action, romance, and heart into a hell of a story featuring a lively wrestler-turned-PI hero. The action scenes are intense, the quiet times heartwarming and engaging, and the humor expertly interjected to accentuate characters and breathe realism into the story.” (John M. Murray, Foreword Review)
“Set in Vancouver, BC, this intriguing debut offers a fast-paced, graphically violent mystery that pairs well with Glen Erik Hamilton’s Past Crimes. Fans of pro wrestling will appreciate ‘Hammerhead’ Jed.” (Library Journal)
“…high-pitched violent action sequences, daring escapes, and a thrilling climax.” (Stephen Knight, Quill & Quire)
“Cobra Clutch uses humor and gritty realism and includes a former tag-team partner, a kidnapped snake, sleazy promoters, and violence inside and outside the ring.” (BC BookWorld)
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- Music man
Good Who done it.
Staged in Vancouver’s low rent wrestling underbelly, this is a well paced detective story. I enjoyed the story and the descriptive narrative of Vancouver and it’s more notorious neighborhoods.
I’m looking for the next audiobook featuring these characters