Ryan Kaine: On The Run
I am completely delighted to announce that my action thriller, Ryan Kaine: On the Run, is now available. To thank you for your support and for One Week Only, I am offering the e-book to my subscribers for 99c/99p. This offer ends on Friday, May 19th and is available in all Amazon regions.
Here’s a brief sample to whet your appetite (NB the following scene is violent and graphic in nature).
In this scene, Ryan Kaine has been ambushed and is grappling with his attacker:
Kaine dug his toes into the footpath and worked his way upwards, edging towards Shooter’s neck. He pushed his face close. Shooter tucked in his chin, but too late. Kaine found the soft tissue at the big man’s throat. He bit down hard on salty skin and locked his jaws.
Shooter gagged and squirmed. He flailed, kicked, and tried to buck Kaine off, but Kaine, the limpet, refused to let go. The blows stopped as Shooter’s free hand found Kaine’s forehead and tried to push him off. Kaine clamped down harder, tearing, rending, crushing.
It was Kaine or Shooter. No quarter, no surrender.
Fingernails dug into Kaine’s flesh, gouging, frantic.
Hot blood spilled into Kaine’s mouth and he gagged. He tasted salt and iron. Gristle crunched.
Shooter’s gun arm weakened as he focussed all his attention on dragging Kaine’s teeth from his throat. His fingers searched for Kaine’s eyes. Kaine relaxed his jaws and pulled his head away.
Air gurgled through Shooter’s crushed windpipe.
To purchase the book at the special offer price, click here.
If you like Jason Bourne and Jack Reacher, you’ll love Ryan Kaine. I know you’ll enjoy reading the book, as much as I enjoyed writing it. And one more thing, please don’t forget to leave a review when you finish reading. Reviews like this one really make writing for eight hours a day worthwhile:
“Despite my soft spot for DCI Jones, this is the best thing KJD has ever written. I could not put it down. My kids missed dinner one day and I think I adopted a new cat. Seriously.
The action is fast and real, and his amazing ability to describe a scene in just enough words to keep everything moving while creating a perfect visual world in my head and taking me with the characters emotionally is brilliant.
Loved it,” ARC reader, April 2017.
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