"Exciting action/psychological thriller"
Eighteen months have passed since he even seen a
picture of his baby Jade let alone talked with his wife
Carolyn and their three-year-old child. However, Charlie
Wolf knows his work as a cop deeply undercover is almost
over. The raid on the Sons of Fire motorcycle club begins
shortly and that will end the major manufacturing and
selling of illegal methamphetamines. The problems for
Charlie are that he is hooked on meth, but worse than that
he and the club president Ray Sasso are friends.
The raid goes down, bullets are exchanged between the
cops and the illegal drug distributors, but a high Charlie
errs, ending with a bullet in the brain. Removal will mean
death so he must learn to live with a piece of ammo that
activates psychotic nightmares due to its lobe locale.
After a few mental episodes Charlie begins to believe that
only Ray can free his mind while Ray knows Charlie betrayed
LAST DAY is a thriller that never slows down from
start to finish. Readers will commiserate with Charlie
even as everyone will find Ray as a likable family man and
detest the DA's lack of ethics to obtain a conviction.
Some members of the audience will feel shortchanged as
Richard Sears has written an action/psychological thriller
that engrosses those readers whom accept the psychological
incidents that make up much of the action.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 24, 2001