Comments & Reviews
"A good murder mystery
with an enthralling and most unusual ending...It could have been
John Hopewood NSW
takes one to know one... I read all my competitors when I can.
I found Reece a most compelling story teller but you need a
good story to go with it... most have been done to death. Great
J.J. Barrie... Author HK
was hooked right from the beginning and couldn't put it down.
It may be a smallish book but it is packed full of mystery. I
was surprised but I liked the ending I can't wait to
read his next book. Jessie Lund UK
okay.. not my cup of tea!
Anne Hobbs, Gold Coast, Qld.
thoroughly enjoyed "Murder on Display." A slow
start, but once one of the main characters became compromised,
it became very exciting and I could not wait to read more. The
last several chapters had me wondering what was going to
happen, and I would actually think about it between readings.
I did not see any grammatical errors, and I liked the way all
of the characters were developed...
Scott Ranells Inkstand
New Crime Novel Highlights Long-Term Psychological Effects of
Childhood Trauma Cheers
soon as the Flynn brothers lifted their Glocks, Dan knew he
was in trouble.
Silence descended like a cloak of doom. No
confusion crossed his mind... it was clear he would die in the
next few seconds. In all his years of facing danger, he often
wondered how he would react when faced with imminent
was about to find out.
Dan lifted the table in front of him and charged, morphing
into a one man wrecking crew. Gunshots... searing pain in Dan’s
ribs stopped him, but only for a moment.
One brother collapsed under the tabletop; the other fired. Dan heard a cry behind him as he
whirled around – his karate kick smashed into the gunman’s face, sending him flying across the floor. The
gun slid out of reach. Pain burned through his gut, registering in Dan’s brain but somehow he pushed
the hurt away.
With one brother disarmed, he turned his attention to the other.
Bullets crashed through the timber tabletop. Dan wrenched the table away,
kicking the gunman in the face. They wrestled with the gun until Dan managed to turn it inward and fire into Flynn’s chest.
Dan slowly and painfully stood with the smoking weapon in his hand. One down... the other gunman moved towards his weapon. Dan shot him in the head. Blood saturated his shirt, dripping onto the floor.
Now real pain grabbed at his bloodied
From a grateful client!
Second edition July 2014
ISBN 978 1481044561
RELEASED OCTOBER 2014
Format:153 x 229 mm
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