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Publisher's Summary

Daniel Erickson has the blues. There’s a Russian mobster wearing his finger on a necklace, two hit men hot on his trail, an FBI agent obsessed with his capture, and a rogue motorcycle gang hunting him down as he desperately races cross-country following musical clues he hopes will lead him to the stolen million dollars that might not be enough to save him. Or his son. His only hope for saving them both is to find the spirit of the blues: “Been pushed ’round all your life. Be a push back man.”
©2012 Eyre Price (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Neesie315 on 05-26-18

Tarantino style adventure

Full of violence, but still entertaining.

A broken man is led on a scavenger hunt in search of a million dollars through the history of the blues and rock and roll. The author does a great job in telling this story.

The villains are psychotic and thoroughly detestable and the "hero" is terribly flawed, which just adds to the atmosphere of the book.

The narrator does a great job as well. Just be warned that there is plenty of graphic violence.

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3 out of 5 stars
By sweetjami on 11-14-17

very slow at first but stick with it<br />

the history of music is well worth listening to this mediocre story. it really is an excellent and authentic dialogue about how music Started With The Blues and ended up with Punk. that part is very interesting the rest of the book is filled with violence and a lesson in loyalty and life.

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