||Sep 8, 2010
This book is not for the squeamish. It begins as a creepy slow burner that leads to betrayal, sex, violence and murder.
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DANGEROUS TIMES is a multicultural crime-thriller with strong women characters, dark humor and the pull of the unpredictable.
Frank Moore is a diabolical criminal who has come up with an outrageous, malevolent plan. After a frustrating search he has finally found the key to its success. Frank has found his look-alike, a close-enough double: John Kirk.
In the harbor city of San Pedro, John Kirk leads a troublesome life, common troubles that fall by the wayside when Frank Moore comes to town. John Kirk, hunted down and pegged for death without knowing why.
Internet book reviewer Aaron Turpen: http://www.aaronsenvironmental.com/2013/07/dangerous-times-a-crime-thriller
Honestly, many self-published books, especially ones going to electronic publishing, are not very good. Once in a while, though, one comes along that you could swear was the e-version of a best-seller. "Dangerous Times" is one of those books.
Internet book reviewer Red Haircrow: http://flyingwithredhaircrow.wordpress.com
I was a little skeptical when starting this book, but man was I wrong. It takes a few pages for the author to grab you, but when he does he doesn't let go until the last page. Do not miss this one.
Internet book reviewer Lini Ayre: http://www.lgib-bookreview.blogspot.com/2012/07/dangerous-times-phillip-frey.html
I really enjoyed this book. It unravels at a steady pace and as the tension intensifies so does the intricacies of the plot. As I went from one chapter to the next, I kept wondering how is this going to end? Frey has created a tense, enthralling thriller with elements of a harsh criminal underworld and yet there are moments of tenderness. With simple, clean descriptions, it's a story of 'everyday' people's fears, hatred and willingness to survive - no matter what. A highly recommended read.
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