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The Wild Life

Fiction: Mystery
Unabridged   10 hour(s)
Publication date: 06/07/2022

The Wild Life

A Joe the Bouncer Novel

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Digital Download ISBN:9781696608169


Joe the Bouncer seeks the killer of NYC's most desirable call girls in the newest caper in "a unique and worthwhile series" (CrimeReads).

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Expulsed Harvard student and ex-Special Forces operative Joe Brody is getting his life back together, living with his grandmother in Queens and taking what should be a simple job as a bouncer at a strip club where he can spend most of his night reading the classics. The only catch is that his childhood friend Gio Caprisi, now head of New York's Italian Mafia, relies on Joe’s extra-legal expertise when things get particularly nasty on the streets—where, in an agreement between Gio and the rest of the city's biggest crime syndicates, it's understood that Joe is the sheriff for an industry that doesn’t call the cops.

Most recently, New York's criminal underworld has been shaken by the disappearance of its most successful and desirable call girls, vanishing one by one from the brothels where they're employed. As a pattern emerges, what might otherwise appear to be a choice to pursue a new life comes to resemble something more troublesome—the work of a serial kidnapper—and when a woman turns up dead, the hunt for the predator behind it all becomes even more urgent.

To find the killer, Joe will have to plunge into the seediest fringes of Manhattan and its surrounding boroughs, populated with memorable characters that add humor and heart to this fast-paced caper.

Author Bio

David Gordon was born in New York City. His first novel, The Serialist, won the VCU/Cabell First Novel Award and was a finalist for an Edgar Award. It was also made into a major motion picture in Japan. His work has also appeared in the Paris Review, the New York Times, Purple, and Fence, among other publications.