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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Fight Card: Felony Fists

Fight Card: Felony Fists
By Jack Tunney (Paul Bishop)
Kindle Edition $2.00
Fight Car Productions
Rating 5 Stars

“Let’s make this look good,” I said. We parted and King tagged me with a right uppercut as I moved away. I hadn’t meant that good.

Patrick “Felony” Flynn was known as the giant killer. Coming out of the Navy, where he had fought anyone put up against him, he had never went down. Now a cop in L.A., his boss wants to stop mobster Mickey Cohen’s grab for control of the fight mecca. Taking Flynn’s badge, he offers him another one – Detective! But the giant killer had to take down Cohen’s contender, King. The mobster has other ideas, however, and before the fight, the daughter of Flynn’s friend is kidnapped and held hostage. If Flynn doesn’t throw the fight, she will die.

It has been a long time since we had a good boxing magazine or series, and the genre is sorely missed. Fight Card Productions has began a new series of boxing stories by various authors under the Jack (Dempsey) (Gene) Tunney pseudonym. For the fight fan, Paul Bishop’s “Felony Fist” is the Main Event!

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