An Eye For An Eye

by | Jul 22, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Once again, it’s been a while since I last updated, but I’ve been super-duper busy. Been working hard towards the goals I set for myself, and here’s some of the evidence of that:

My novella, ‘An Eye For An Eye’, is available now on Amazon for Kindle as part of Near To The Knuckle’s Knuckle Cracking Novellas line!

Coming in at just under 28,000 words, it’s a fast, bloody, and frequently violent read with lots of big boy language and the kind of characters you’d really like to spend a quiet Sunday afternoon with. Or not.

Speaking of the characters, most of them have appeared once before in my short story ‘The Straightener’, which was published at the Near To The Knuckle website back in November. So if you haven’t read that before, or if you have and you’re looking to reacquaint yourself with the characters, here’s the link:

http://www.close2thebone.co.uk/wp/?p=2580

It’s not vital to have read before ‘An Eye For An Eye’, but it is referenced and does give some background. Anyway, here’s the blurb!

‘An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.

When it comes to Neil Doyle’s daughter, Gandhi had no idea.

An accident leaves Jasmine Doyle permanently disfigured, and the patriarch of one of Newcastle’s crime families goes on the warpath to find the perpetrator. He doesn’t care who gets in his way, or what he has to do to them, to get his hands on the man responsible.

Graeme Taylor and ‘Tracksuit’ Tony Gordon find themselves dragged into this brutal quest for vengeance, pushed physically and mentally to the breaking point by all that they see, and all that they are forced to do.

By the end, the streets will run with blood, and no one walks away unscarred.’

Hopefully that’s tickled your collective fancies, and if so the links for purchasing are provided below!

In the US: https://www.amazon.com/Eye-Paul-He…/…/B01IUDJBQ2/ref=sr_1_1…

And in the UK: http://ow.ly/OjSw302uyKn

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