Undercard By David Albertyn

undercard by david albertyn

Set over the course of twenty-four exhilarating hours, Undercard is the story of four childhood friends, now in their early thirties, unexpectedly reunited by a high-profile prizefight in a Las Vegas casino . . . and an even higher-profile murder.

Publisher: House of Anansi Press

Tyron, Antoine, Keenan, and Naomi are four childhood friends who have been united by a boxing match happening in the reef, a Las Vegas casino. This is the fight of the year, and something sinister is definitely brewing in the air.

Undercard by David Albertyn is a gripping crime thriller novel that combines both drama, action, and suspense and delivers it to the reader in one big sucker punch. A fast paced read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. David Albertyn’s characters are very real, well developed and relatable.

Undercard is a highly entertaining and captivating novel filled with surprises that will make you want to devour the pages. David Albertyn is an amazing writer. He explores the bond of friendship, love, and revenge in the narrative. The book is written in third person, and sometimes switches back and forth between first and third person perspective. The author does this so well that it does not leave the reader confused. David writes a unique and complex plot, very understandable, professionally edited and well written. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟star rating

This is his first book and I’m looking forward to more books by this author in the future. I highly recommend this amazing work of literature to lovers of boxing matches, crime thrillers and adults of all ages. I hope you enjoy it much more than I did.

About the author

Born in Durban, South Africa, David Albertyn immigrated to Canada with his family when he was ten years old. Since 2005, Albertyn has been a competitive tennis player and coach. A graduate of Queen’s University and the Humber School for Writers, Albertyn lives in Toronto.  Undercard is his first novel.

Undercard by David Albertyn

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