Geared for the reluctant reader, each book in the Rez series is a fast paced page turner. I waste as little language as possible and have specific length goals before my fingers even touch the key board. To that end, my books focus on key interests or topics and float right around the 300 page mark - or less. Some of those topics include firearms and associated tactics, vigilante justice and street crime, and are injected with cool cars, mystery, violence and action.
In Resolution, Rez takes on police corruption, dope slinging criminals and a mysterious crime involving a dead drug dealer found with a handwritten message across his chest. Colorful characters like Rez's sexy red-headed assistant, a grumpy gun smith friend and a task force detective help round out the series's light pulp fiction flavor. Rez isn't exactly a Social Security Card carrying member of society and doesn't exactly excel when it comes to solving problems diplomatically. With an arsenal of firepower and substantial funding at his disposal, Rez operates within the dark drug crime undergrounds to eradicate it where he can.