My Life for Her - Review by Martha A. Cheves
With so many commuters bustling about, it was difficult to catch sight of the supposed drug dealer, but Tex spotted him as he slipped onto the train at the last minute. As Rob followed him to the seats closest to the front door, Tex lowered his voice to a whisper and said, "That dude's either a crooked cop or a member of the cartel. Worse, I think he's onto us. We've gotta get rid of him, before our cover's blown."
Rob looked toward the rear of the car. "Yeah, the dude gives me a bad feeling too."
Tex was silent as the attendant came around to check their tickets, but then he whispered, "Listen, Doc, if he comes into this car, we'll get up and head to the one in front. You go through the door first, and I'll wait for him behind it."
"Then what?" Rob asked.
"Then... Well, I think I can handle it from there," Tex said with a grin.
Rob Marrino, is a 31 year old Vietnam Vet who is now a Pikeville, NJ policeman. Life has had its up and downs as he and his wife Beth Anne deal with wartime memories and paranoia. They have settled down quite well with Beth Anne working at the hospital while their two children are in school. Then the bottom falls out when Rob does a high speed chase with a car that not only contains 2 Colombian drug runners but more drugs than the Pikeville police have ever seen. It gets even worse when one of the dealers is shot and killed with the surviving one promising Rob that he will pay for his interference. Those words come back to haunt him when his worse nightmare comes true and he, along with a fellow Vet, end up in Columbia.
This book is so intent! It's filled with action and narrow escapes. I would like to see this one made into a "Made for TV Movie."
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