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Sunday, April 29, 2012

ROUGH EDGES REVIEWS FIGHT CARD: HARD ROAD!

ROUGH EDGES REVIEWS FIGHT CARD: HARD ROAD!

JAMES REASONER PUNCHES IN ON THE LATEST FIGHT CARD ENTRY, HARD ROAD, OVER AT HIS ROUGH EDGES BLOG . . .

The latest entry in the Fight Card series continues the string of overall excellence in this on-going project masterminded by Paul Bishop and Mel Odom. HARD ROAD, which was written by Kevin Michaels under the Jack Tunney house-name, is the story of Roberto Varga, another two-fisted graduate of St. Vincent's Orphanage in Chicago . . . I'm not familiar with Kevin Michaels or his work, but he does a fine job in HARD ROAD, handling not only the fight scenes with polished ease but also the quieter, more emotional moments as well. He captures the 1957 setting vividly, too, and I really enjoyed his style . . .

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