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Give Yourself The Gift Of A Free Novel For The Holidays

The holidays can be stressful and sometimes you just need to escape. What better way to escape than to lose yourself in a good book. We have just what you need. One of our contributing writers Kellen Burden has a great novel and for you our readers he’s offering it for FREE December 9th, 10th and 11th. So don’t wait, click here to get your free copy today!

 

Book description: Sebastian Parks is drowning in a flood of his own creation. Dishonorably discharged from the Army, he’s wracked with night terrors and an anger that he can’t abate. Unemployable and uninterested in anything resembling a normal job, Parks makes his living in fugitive apprehension, finding wanted felons on Facebook and thumping them into custody with his ex-military buddies John Harkin and Eric “Etch” Echevarria. When the body of a teenage Muslim boy is found in front of a downtown Denver nightclub Parks, Harkin and Etch are called on to do what they do best:
Find bad men and make them pay.
First-time author Kellen Burden serves up edgy humor, brutal action and characters you can’t get enough of. Flash Bang will keep you turning pages until the end.

Reviews: NY Books Examiner, Jo Ammon. 

An engaging debut novel, which combines fast-paced action and well-developed characters, “Flash Bang,” by Kellen Burden, will most likely become one of your favorites, keeping you on the edge of your seat from the first chapter to the very last. It is one of those thriller books that you just can’t put down once you start reading it – you have to know what happens next! – so you avidly race through the pages.

A former member of the military, dishonorably discharged, Sebastian Parks – the novel’s protagonist – is now confronted with sleepless nights, tormented by his past in the Army. Although he isn’t employed in the conventional sense, Parks makes a living out of tracking down wanted criminals and handing them over into custody. His ex-military friends, John Harkin and Eric Echevarria – nicknamed “Etch” – are the only two persons that he can rely on. The death of a young Muslim boy, whose corpse is found nearby a nightclub in Denver, is the catalyst which determines the events’ fast development, the three men being called upon to do what they’ve become best at – find the murderer.

The first-person narrative and the rather licentious language contribute to creating a feeling of veracity, thus making “Flash Bang” all the more gripping and giving its readers the sensation that they take part in Parks’s, Harkin’s, and Echevarria’s undertakings. K. Burden proves to be a skilful writer, building a fast-paced story, full of danger, suspense, and mystery, a mix to which he also adds a touch of edgy humor.

His book is perfect for those who want to either experience a good adrenaline rush or to read a well-written thriller novel. Grab your copy of “Flash Bang” and get ready to experience Burden’s suspenseful, action-filled world.
Find “Flash Bang” on Amazonhttp://amzn.to/10She3M

Amazon, Julie Wear

I love this genre, and read anything and everything along these lines. Robert Crais, Lee Child, etc. are my favorites; and I absolutely loved this book, and am waiting with great anticipation, hoping for more (as in series!). The detail and knowledge of all the weaponry, military backgrounds, etc. really sucks you in and makes everything very authentic and the story line just flows. A great read, hopefully the first of many!

 

 

 

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