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Killer thriller giveaway!

We have THREE ebook editions to give away this week, to help celebrate the recent publication of Matt Hilton’s new thriller, Marked For Death. This sees the return of Joe Hunter, an ex-military hard man who metes out justice on the backstreets of America. 602 more words

Thriller

Great Actors in Small Roles: Madalyn Horcher as Sgt. Leach

I watched Jack Reacher: Never Go Back a few nights ago and I liked the movie.  In particular I like both the character and the actor playing Sgt. 292 more words

Ruminations

Killing Floor (Jack Reacher 1) by Lee Child

Pages: 525     It cost me: £8.00     Release: 1998     Genre: Crime + Thriller

Blurb: “Margrave is a no-account little town in Georgia. Jack Reacher jumps off a bus and walks fourteen miles in the rain to reach it, in search of a dead guitar player” 413 more words

Book Reviews

Marked For Death: sneak preview!

Splinters of glass cascaded across the sidewalk, a bed of needles on which the squint-eyed thug went to sleep. Seconds ago he’d been jumping around, as hyper as a speed addict, spitting froth from the corners of his mouth in his agitation, until I’d delivered the sleeping pill by way of a straight right to his jaw. 1,900 more words

Thriller

Jeff Berwick Anarcho-Capitalist

Anarcho-capitalist evangelist: Jeff Berwick

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For Anarchast, really started liking and enjoying and watching the videos after he stopped smoking, then he talked alot about health, healing the gut (was researching on these about health, antibiotics in our food, that brought me to his channel). 1,182 more words

On Writing: The Power of Setting with Erik Storey

A sense of place is pivotal when writing a novel. It’s important to hook your reader but also to keep them, and immerse them in the world you created. 1,448 more words

On Writing

[Feature] Lee Child and the Silhouette [Part-II]

Greetings, dear reader. And thanks for stopping by for what is Part Two, and in effect the conclusion, of my assessment feature on Lee Child… 2,101 more words

Literature