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From Remington Kane comes Ballet of Death, the ninth book in the Tanner novel series. In this book, Mexican cartel members make a move to control New York City, and only Tanner stands in their way.

The Tanner series in order:

1. Inevitable I 2. Kill in Plain Sight 3. Making a Killing on Wall Street 4. The First One to Die Loses 5. The Life & Death of Cody Parker 6. War 7. Suicide or Death 8. Two for the Kill 9. Ballet of Death

©2015 Remington Kane (P)2015 Remington Kane

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  • Montzalee W
  • 21-03-2021

Revenge has never been so sweet!

Ballet of Death
A Tanner Novel, Volume 9
By: Remington Kane
Narrated by: Daniel Dorse
Really enjoyed this one! After the murder of his friend in the last book, Tanner is after the mob! One after another, or more like large groups of them at a time, Tanner takes his revenge out in clever ways. The price on his head just keeps going up!
At the same time, another person is also seeking revenge on the mob. Someone they think is dead.
Very exciting book!

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  • Mary
  • 09-02-2021

Excellent Thriller

As usual, many people underestimate Tanner. They only make that mistake once.
When he teams up with Joe Pullo, they are invincible.
As they work together, grudging respect begins to take root. High on my list of favs.

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