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Tear It Down by Nick Petrie

Peter Ash fuels his helping nature with the white Static which is derived from PTSD.   June, his strong-willed lover, sends him to Memphis to help where old friend, Wanda.  The plot includes the Civil War, white supremacist, racism, dope dealing, gangsters, and musicians.

Racism is a subplot to the book.  The white supremacists are a bit simplistic.   The does seem to be an argument that the prison system is contributing to racism.   The plot was fast-paced and bursting with action.  Peter’s white static seemed less debilitating and more motivating in this book.   The historic aspect was intriguing.   Eli was a little more complex than expected.

I enjoyed the action and the retribution. 

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Tear It Down by Nick Petrie


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