Monday, February 04, 2019

What is James Brabazon reading?

Featured at Writers Read: James Brabazon, author of The Break Line.

His entry begins:
I’ve just finished reading Killing Eve by Luke Jennings. It’s a classic cat/mouse, killer/cop story with a lot of dark humour and some very modern twists and tropes. Jenning’s main character is a psychopathic Russian assassin named Villanelle. She’s as lethal with a blade as she is with a pistol as she is with a rifle – and I couldn’t help but wonder what would happen if she...[read on]
About The Break Line, from the publisher:
British intelligence operative and hardened assassin, Max McLean, battles a nightmarish enemy in this stunning debut thriller from an award winning war correspondent.

When it comes to killing terrorists British intelligence has always had one man they could rely on, Max McLean. As an assassin, he’s never missed, but Max has made one miscalculation and now he has to pay the price.

His handlers send him to Sierra Leone on a seemingly one-way mission. What he finds is a horror from beyond his nightmares. Rebel forces are loose in the jungle and someone or something is slaughtering innocent villagers. It’s his job to root out the monster behind these abominations, but he soon discovers that London may consider him the most disposable piece in this operation.
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