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A Well Thought Out and Intrically Plotted Thriller 13. März 2013
Von Joyce W (In the UK) - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This intriguing British political thriller hits the ground running. With never a dull moment and many vividly descriptive passages, it's well paced with gradually mounting tension. The characters are well developed with some pricelessly witty dialogue and jet-black bawdy humour.

Gabriel Horn is portrayed as a hard and ruthless anti-hero who shows no remorse at killing people in order to survive in the world in which he lives. But occasionally, we catch glimpses of the soft and tender underbelly that he's afraid to show, in case his many enemies learn of his vulnerabilities. As a hired assassin, he agrees to kill the Prime-Minister and his deputy, but as the body count starts mounting, the hunter becomes the hunted. He finds himself and those few souls he actually cares about in terrible danger. To say more would spoil the totally unexpected ending. This really is a five star bargain, enjoy!
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Possible and Probable, However Hidden 8. Februar 2014
Von Joanne Mazzotta - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Roy Stolworthy did it again with HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW.
His art speaks volumes to the craft of writing, as in all of his works. Again I wasn’t disappointed by his bleeding pen. Stolworthy has a way of taking a reader to the rain, the dark of night and the sensation in each verbal landscape, without a hitch. Though this novel is fiction, I couldn’t look away. On the first page he tells us how Amanda Prentiss died while Alex Catchpole, minister of defense had his hand under her skirt in the backseat of a taxi.

Gabriel Horn materializes and brings us to his murderous profession by way of Stolworthy’s talent for word placement. Horn is made up and yet so real in his strong passion for life and London itself, where the story takes place.

HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW is a perfect title for the workings of British government doings. While I could see it as clear as a naked woman in a window, I was still brought to shock and the potential while a murderous man snuffed out lives like a human gas chamber without regret or fear. For nothing more than the sheer pleasure of killing, Gabriel Horn, devoid of conscience blew the doors off the truth about political good... and enjoyed the hell out of it. And yet, his actions reached out to expediency. The main character has no God.

Exciting read along with the sensory effects allowing the reader to see, taste, smell, hear sounds, and experience each scene clearly and with complete disregard for reality outside this book.

The reason for my 5 stars include Stolworthy’s penchant for the formation of words that bring me to the heart of this story that include a semi poetic language and delivery.

Could it all be true? Indeed, as the build up to the events sews you into the scene as they unfold.
Horn isn’t just any killer. Killing is his business, and business is good.
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