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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
Commander Rowgar leads his men fearlessly into action, only to be taken prisoner. Garrett Willigins is forced to work for the local crime boss to pay off a debt. As these two men resolve their problems in Garrett’s Mulligan by Grant Reed, the plot of the Syndicate to ruin the Kingdom is exposed and the action is fast and furious to prevent all-out war. Rowgar, using creative means to try to escape, shows true dedication to his goals and allegiance to his King. Willigins, although working for a crime boss, never compromises on his belief in doing the right thing and puts together the pieces to a complicated puzzle that answers many questions important to the government. Working together with his dragon side-kick and developing a respectful relationship with an injured police officer and an undercover ogre, Willigins sorts out the good guys from the bad and proves that it pays to do the right thing.
Grant Reed has created an interesting world in which mythical creatures, humans, and robots with artificial intelligence work together solving everyday issues. There are many wonderful plot twists and creative action scenes in this exciting story and the interaction between all the different characters provides interesting situations. Without preaching, Reed also sends a strong message about doing the right thing in life and the rewards that can follow. Garrett’s Mulligan offers many laughs, along with a good dose of nail biting as the characters work through the major issues that shape the course of the story.