"In the past, Rucka has done extremely well with edgy heroines (Critical Space, 2001, etc.), but his self-absorbed, self-loathing rock goddess is just not likable—and name the novel that can survive that."
"Flawed, but still superior to most lone-wolf genre tales."
Professional bodyguard Kodiak is literally caught in the crossfire of a lethal child-custody fight involving the daughter of a former client, in an uneven sequel to Rucka's equally uneven debut (Keeper, 1996).
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