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Border Town Blues (Dalton's Blues) By Andrew Scorah,

  • Title: Border Town Blues (Dalton's Blues)
  • Author: Andrew Scorah
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dalton s on the run with a gal, and a gun What begins as a search for missing D.E.A agents, turns into a race against time, through the Sonoran Desert Jimmy Dalton Jamie Duggan uncover a plot to unleash a terrible Biological weapon Suicide bombers loaded with viral death are on their way to unleash hell, only Dalton Jamie stand in their way.This is the explosDalton s on the run with a gal, and a gun What begins as a search for missing D.E.A agents, turns into a race against time, through the Sonoran Desert Jimmy Dalton Jamie Duggan uncover a plot to unleash a terrible Biological weapon Suicide bombers loaded with viral death are on their way to unleash hell, only Dalton Jamie stand in their way.This is the explosive sequel to Homecoming Blues, hard hitting and action packed.
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    1. Homecoming Blues is an easy book to fall into Get immersed with the compelling characters and fascinating storyline This is a hardcore story that captivated my interest This was an easy book to connect to and read as it was fast paced I love the raw feel to this book Definitely a great roller coaster of a ride The dialog flows well and in a realistic manner.This is a book that is full of action and suspense I love how he gets right to the point No playing around This is a thrill ride filled with [...]

    2. Where did the time go I picked up Homecoming Blues and I d suddenly lost and hour and a half of my life I looked around my little reading spot and out of the window bewildered at the position of the sun.Homecoming Blues I would classify as an action than a crime novel The intensity of the action and the speed of events really gripped me and I read the book into two sittings Scorah delivers everything you would expect from a good action novel Violence, two sets of bad guys, a girl and of course [...]

    3. reading escapism at its bestAndrew Scorah describes his novels as books to be enjoyed for what they are pure unadulterated escapism and that is precisely what he provides hold your breath and dive into the first chapter, and hey ho , you re off on a relentless action spin through some terrific narrative it s funny, it s gritty, it s crime, it s tough guys galore, it s baddies to spit at, it s a wee bit of romance as well, it s two fisted personal dispensing of justice by a former special forces [...]

    4. A powerful story of a guy trying to get a better life than the one he was born into Trying but not wholly succeeding With the backdrop of post traumatic stress from serving in Afghanistan, there are some toucing moments, even amongst the gangland violence and killing sprees The coming together of two characters both mentally destroyed by their parts in this seedy world is a perfect illustration that there are many situations which can scar mentally an individual I would recommend this book to an [...]

    5. A worthy sequel to ASIN B008A2208U Homecoming Blues Dalton s Blues Thriller , following Jimmy and Jamie living the high life on the run This book is action packed, well written and well researched Recruited by an American agent to assist in the apprehension of a Mexican drugs cartel in return for clearing their names, our adventurers soon learn that there are other forces at play Andrew Scorah s down to earth style keeps the characters real and totally believable I would highly recommend this bo [...]

    6. I first came across the author Andrew Scorah in the impressive ebook compilation Action Pulse Pounding Tales Volume One Since then I have become very impressed with his writing.Homecoming Blues tells the story of a battered soldier who comes back to London from the war in Afghanistan and straight into another war between the local crime lord and the Russian mafia Forced into a rescue mission we soon see Jimmy Dalton unleash hell on the kidnappers and anyone else who gets in his way.This short no [...]

    7. This is an action packed story that did not drag It didn t take long for the action to start nor did it take long for my mind to start racing and look for the double cross in the plot It didn t happen when or how I expected but it was there and it was a rush waiting for it to happen At times I could not put this book down.The setting of the story is in the UK and it uses a few terms slang from that area Although, the author did include a preface with the meanings of the terms, one was left out b [...]

    8. Homecoming Blues by Andrew Scorah is a no holds barred blast away thriller set in the seedy London crime world I love the author s direct style, clipped dialogue and frantic action, all perfectly wrapped into a neat bundle gift wrapped in the full nine yards.Jimmy Dalton returns from his tour of duty carrying hell on his shoulders He has no time to relax with his father, chill with some beers, not for Jimmy He is thrust back into the action and uses his considerable skills to search and rescue t [...]

    9. I justn t bring myself to care This entire thing felt soopey, to me Bad boy comes back from the war, gets dragged back into the gang life by one last operation, his family on the line, eventually goes on quest for revenge I ve seen it It s, like, every other movie with guns.Yes, the writing is passable, but I felt my attention wandering over and over Unless this kind of story is your thing, I d give it a pass.

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