by Pedro 'El Gato' Cerda & Thomas Stultz
Having devoted his life to the world of the mercenary, Jack the Mac made a name for himself as one of the most destructive to ever tread across the continents of the world. Unfortunately the collateral damage he became known for reached far beyond what his employers, and society, considered acceptable, and he eventually became blacklisted.
Reduced to the mediocrity of the unemployed and unemployable, Jack the Mac struggles to survive a world he can no longer find a niche within. However, he discovers excitement can be found without even leaving his home. A parade of killers decides to free him from his worldly struggles in order to revenge both real and imagined slights suffered at his hands. Unfortunately, the incidents usually occur when Jack the Mac is on a date.
Forced to deal with random assaults, kidnappings, and car bombings, all while attempting to renew his driver's license and fulfill appointments with the unemployment office, Jack the Mac keeps searching for the perfect job opportunity and his true love.
This book contains profanity.
Book Length: Novel
Word Count: 82,142
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 21 March, 2011.