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Old 07-22-2012, 05:07 AM   #1
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Free (Amazon/Nook) Lone Wolf #1: Night Raider [Noir]

This week's Prologue Books freebie by "Mike Barry":

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When a wolf leaves the pack, he lives only as long as he can kill by himself quicker and surer than any pack he runs up against. Meet a man beyond either forgiveness or vengeance. Meet the Man they Call The Lone Wolf. Better meet him now. The way he lives, he can’t live much longer.

Burt Wulff was a nice guy, once. A New York cop, narcotics division. But he’s seen too much destruction done by the poison in America’s veins - heroin. Too much corrupted and made foul, and finally one life too many - and too close - destroyed. Burt Wulff has gone beyond fear, beyond love, even beyond hate. He’s simply beyond giving the slightest damn whether he lives or dies, so long as he can kill the killers - thousands of them, all over America and all over the world.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007SPFNAM

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Barry N. Malzberg used the pseudo Mike Barry, for the fourteen Lone Wolf paperback novels he authored.
Vintage Hardboiled Reads

More info on Barry Malzberg:

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Barry N. Malzberg's science fiction career began an agent for the Scott Meredith Literary Agency in New York in 1965, and he has seen the field from many angles, as reader, writer, editor, agent, and critic. He began publishing short stories in 1967, novels in 1970
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I have long maintained that Malzberg's portrayal of The Lone Wolf is one of the most brilliant in the genre. The slow build-up over the series more than pays off in the shattering finale.
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