Bennie Street decided to help two battered women by exacting retribution against their abusers. Amy was running from Eugene Granger, who had punched her and pushed her down a flight of stairs. Monique was fleeing from Henry Morris, who had tried to rape her when she wouldn’t give him what he wanted. The crew stole Granger’s car, framed Morris for drug and firearms possession, and got Granger fired from his job. Ruining the life of Morris was a piece of cake, but Bennie’s retribution gig on Granger quickly turned into a nightmare. Granger was rich, belonged to a militia group, and was smart, obsessive, and unpredictable. In the end it all came down to what to do about Granger. Bennie figured there was a fine line between outright murder and a pre-emptive defensive kill. Making a mistake about Granger’s next moves would threaten the lives of the crew, as well as the women he had set out to help. “Bennie’s Brothers” is the sequel to “Randy’s Rubbers”.
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by on September 25, 2016
- Willie Qwit, December 2010
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