Win at all costs!
Finally got around to reading this explosive book by David Albertyn, and I can say, Undercard is the book for you.
Tyron Shaw has just been released from the Marines. An effective soldier based overseas, he’s seen his share of terror and blood.
Arriving home he finds his friend, Quinn the police officer acquitted of the killing of an unarmed man.
Quinn’s wife Naomi Wilks is retired from the WNBA and is coaching. She may still be the love of Shaw’s life and the pull is strong between them.
The other friend, Antoine Deco began boxing in earnest after being released from prison. It’s his undercard fight that they all are there to witness at the Reef casino.
Taking place over 24-hours this story of complex and complicated people who grew up together will have you reeling. Highly recommended!
~ June Lorraine
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17 responses to “David Albertyn: Undercard”
Hints on the status quo of our present times.. situations and people. I cannot imagine the conflict and resolve here. Maybe I missed it!🤔
No, I was pretty vague on this…but the key word is revenge.
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Thanks for the mention David, you wrote a great book!
Wow how can you not want to read this after that review!!!! Thank you!
Thanks Diane 🙂
Sounds like a page turner. Thanks for the tip!
Definitely that! Thanks commenting Cindy.
Sounds like a snappy plot! Hope all is well with you and yours.
It’s a fast race! Yes, all is well here Laurie. Happy to hear you and Cliff are okay too.
I have this in my TBR pile. Currently reading a 600-page book so it may be a while, but I’ll bump up the position. Thanks for the review.
Hi Judy, nice to hear from you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Let me know please and good luck with the 600 pager!
Hi June, Hope all is well there. It seems that I never had time to read any of your books but since I now have more time I should. The review of this book seems positive so I’ll download it. Any other recent selections you think I should look at? Wayne
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So nice to hear from you. Here are some of my favourites. If the story lines don’t appeal, I can recommend more 🙂
Under Card just replaced #3 on my reading list–and my list is long. Thanks June.
Let me know Pam…David is keen on feedback!