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Corridor Man 2: Opportunity Knocks by [James, Nick]
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Length: 315 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Psychotic, sociopathic, and always charming Bobby Custer begins to crawl back up society's ladder. Along the way a variety of people have his number, but Bobby has a special way of dealing with them, all of them. He's the friendly next door neighbor, the guy at work who goes the extra mile just for you, only there's always a price to pay, and baby, you are going to pay.

The average person, upon learning of his employer’s “heart problems, his apparently estranged wife, the rebellious daughter” thinks, “Tsk, tsk, tsk. What a shame.” Bobby merely smells opportunity.

And he intends to insert himself into the man's difficulties at every level. Admittedly, part of his “boundaries issue” is legit; the feds did ask him to poke around, and the feds are the good guys … right? But the angles Bobby’s working are for the benefit of only one person: Bobby, as he destroys lives and careers with precision, and mops up the mess with the woman closest to hand. The truth is the man has cause to be bitter; have you met his ex-wife? This time, however, it seems he may have met his match in Angie.

The dark cloud hanging over the DASH law firm swirls into a murderous tornado, dispelling any doubt about the lying, rapacious, psycho the feds have unleashed. When will they figure it out, and – can they stop him?

Hang on to your seat as you read Corridor Man 2, maybe lock the door first because you'll be awake in the middle of the night, wondering if he can get to you. ...and he seemed like such a nice guy!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4975 KB
  • Print Length: 315 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Credit River Publishing (25 October 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015EIO2KG
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #187,077 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars This book appears to be a long novel divided into three parts 20 May 2016
By Roger Fenton - Published on
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I liked both Corridor Man I and II, but will not buy book three. This book appears to be a long novel divided into three parts with the author wanting $4.99 for each part. I don't think this is honest marketing, but rather something Bobby, his main psycho character, would do. Having said that, I would most likely still buy III if it was in the $1.00 to $2.00 range. I paid $4.99 for book two only because I got book one free. The characters are very dark, not one is a good person, but it is still an interesting read. He is good at descriptions. I am a retired attorney and author, Death To The Novice Attorney and Evil In The Shadows, but would never pull a stunt like this with my books. I'll just have to wonder how Bobby gets his just due.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another exciting installment in the Custer intrigue 6 February 2016
By Fenimore - Published on
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This is a strong follow up to the first volume of Corridor Man. Bobby Custer continues his "charmed" life, and the connections between various characters that come to light are fascinating, to say the least.

I love the fast pace of Faricy's writing, and the general believability of his characters. There are some situations that strain credulity, but it seems like Faricy manages to rein things in and deftly tuck them into the plot, so they work.

For the most part, the editing in both the first and this book is pretty good. There are a few mistakes in word choice and some awkward constructions, but the book is easily readable. The small errors do not detract from the overall good quality of the books. (These are as well-edited as the last print book I purchased, and it was published by a prestigious N.Y. publisher.)

As usual, the negative is that thestory does not have any logical denouement in this book. It simply stops, and you must buy book 3 if you want to know what happens. My best guess is that the same will happen at the end of book 3, and so on, ad infinitum, until Faricy tires of Custer, or readers do!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Crazy good stuff. 13 November 2015
By Thomas E. Heimerman - Published on
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I'm a huge Faricy fan, and this new series takes the cake. The protagonist, Bobby Custer, is, to put it mildly, not your regular hero. In fact, I'm not sure what he is. He may be pure evil. I don't know. I'll keep reading these books until I find out. He reminds me a bit of The Talented Mr. Ripley, another "hmmm..." protagonist, the kind of guy you like on several levels, and detest on a few more levels. And that makes for a great read.
The characters in Mike Faricy's books (you HAVE to read the Dev Haskell series!) are, with few exceptions, flawed... some deeply. And they're flawed in very real, human and wide-ranging ways, in a sort of "there, but for the grace of God, go I" assortment of ills that the reader instantly recognizes, and, sadly, often sees in him/herself. Faricy exposes the ugly (and hilarious) truths in his characters, truths that the characters try oh-so-hard to hide and/or are too dumb to know exist. These characters are real, believable people, and what more can you ask?
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved Corridor Man (original book), but hold on to your socks for book 2! 15 August 2016
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Bobby Custer is a bad man! You saw a little of it in book 1, but in book 2, he really lets loose. You will not believe the stuff he gets into, and funny thing is, I was rooting for him (as if he was the good guy!) all the way through. He's evil, and ingenious, but that's why I like him! I CAN'T WAIT to start book 3 and see where he goes next!!
4.0 out of 5 stars Another good read 29 October 2015
By Dave M - Published on
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Another good read by Faricy. At times it seems that Bobby is just mean spirited and a petty thief with no rhyme or reason in things he does but I am sure it will work itself out.

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