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If the law can’t touch you, justice will.Angela McGlynn is concealing dark secrets: engaging in vigilante activism in an attempt to dismiss self-destructive thoughts. When she employs recently discharged veteran John Knox to aid her in the searchMoreIf the law can’t touch you, justice will.Angela McGlynn is concealing dark secrets: engaging in vigilante activism in an attempt to dismiss self-destructive thoughts. When she employs recently discharged veteran John Knox to aid her in the search for a missing girl, she soon comes to realise that war has left him broken. As they both become embroiled ever deeper into a vortex of danger and half-truths rapidly spinning out of control, his need to rescue the girl and her insistence on exacting justice compel each of them to pursue a course of action with no regard for the potential psychological fallout.The Breaks is the first in a series of thrillers featuring vigilante investigator, Angela McGlynn, and is set in present day San Francisco.A word from the Author:Im sure youre wondering what makes the Angela McGlynn series special?Well, I wanted to write the type of book I like to read. A fast paced thriller, with some sassy dialogue, a badass chick and plenty of action shot through with sexual tension. I love the way that crime thrillers give us an access-all-areas pass into an underbelly of society that is usually obscured, allowing the exploration of dark themes. I also enjoy crime, mystery, suspense and the thriller genres in particular because of the way they often include social commentary. I find you can learn a lot about the time in which certain titles were written which is something I enjoy when I read classic detective fiction from the past.I like to mix it up: private investigators, good and bad cops, three-letter agencies, the government. Overall, my utmost priority is a focus on fast-paced prose with increasingly higher stakes that build towards a kickass climax guaranteed to keep the pages turning. Thanks very much for reading.
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