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The Most Dangerous Police Book Ever Written... 

After Frank O'Ryan gets shot, his first assignment is working with the most disliked man in his police department, Detective Vic Ajax. Ajax isn't like the other cops. He doesn't like them and they don't like him. He hunts drug dealers and pedophiles. 
Now, Frank will enter a world where being real police means laying so much of your soul on the line, you might not make it out. But as Vic explains, if it keeps a little girl from having to testify about what some monster did to her, it's worth it. 
Together, they'll resort to any means necessary to take down the scumbags, even if it means employing the interrogative services of a man in a six-foot bunny costume called The Truth Rabbit.

Frank is Back and He Wants Revenge

At the end of Superbia 1, Detective Frank O'Ryan was faced with the loss of his partner and the promotion of the cruel, power-hungry, Chief Erinnyes. Now, he's driven with the desire to take revenge and somehow avoid the same soul-crushing destruction that ruined Vic Cojo. 
Superbia 2 continues the scariest, funniest, most subversive, police series ever written. 
Just pray to God some of it isn't true.

Everything Comes to an End In the third installment of what has been called "The Most Dangerous Police Book Ever Written," the epic journey of Detective Frank O'Ryan comes to a heart-stopping conclusion. Frank has made a career out of fighting the corruption that plagues police work, but now the rules have changed and it will be all he can do to survive his last few days on The Job. He's in a race against time to beat his enemies to the finish line of his career, as long as he can avoid winding up dead or in prison.

Over one hundred thousand readers around the world have declared Bernard Schaffer the successor to Joseph Wambaugh, Ed McBain, and Michael Connelly, but the Superbia series stands alone. It is the funniest, rawest, most penetrating look at what life is really like for the cops who put their souls on the line just to get the job done.

From the Combined Worlds of Superbia and Jack Daniels 

Cole Clayton (from SUPERBIA 2) is a small town cop used to small town crime. But when a girl goes missing, it leads him from his small town to Chicago, where he teams up with a tough Homicide cop named Jack Daniels.
What is the meaning of cheese wrestling? Hint: You probably don't want to know. And neither does Jack. But sometimes you have to deal with the worst of humanity to bring out the best in humanity.
CHEESE WRESTLING
There are things worse than murder…

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