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The Saint Jude Rules by Dominic Adler - Guest Blogger Book Review

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Cal Winter: Junkie. Murderer. Winner of the Military Cross for Gallantry.

Penniless and desperate, Cal Winter is coerced into working for a band of freelance paramilitaries known as The Firm. After a decade of deniable killing, he plots revenge. Armed with a secret file of The Firm's dirtiest secrets, Winter returns to London. There he discovers the organisation has evolved into something even worse…

Winter assembles a careworn team of The Firm's cast-offs and misfits. Their enemy: a ruthless warrior elite, information warfare specialists battle-honed in the West's 'Forever Wars'.

From Iceland to the City of London, to the lonely marshes of England's southern coast, Winter must stop The Firm. Not just to save the country he once scorned, but to fulfil his vow to be a better man

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Jennifer's Review
The Saint Jude Rules was a good book that I liked somewhat.
It follows a group of people who are dangerous killers/hackers as they go on a mission to take down “the firm,” and the new guy who claims he is the “firm.”
It was a bit confusing for me because I didn't read the first two books. It wasn't bad, though.
4 out of 5 stars.

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