H When Hell is the favourable option [NOOK Book]

Overview

The H series of thrillers are different. One reader summed them up "An everyday story of high life, murder, gambling, revenge, business and finance with a dash of sex, rape, buggery and thuggery thrown in". H is the nickname for James James who we join as he starts on his road, building a business that will take him far away from his past....H deals with all obstacles, including his enemies, with ruthless determination. The inventiveness with which he disposes of his rivals features largely and the brutality can ...

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Overview

The H series of thrillers are different. One reader summed them up "An everyday story of high life, murder, gambling, revenge, business and finance with a dash of sex, rape, buggery and thuggery thrown in". H is the nickname for James James who we join as he starts on his road, building a business that will take him far away from his past....H deals with all obstacles, including his enemies, with ruthless determination. The inventiveness with which he disposes of his rivals features largely and the brutality can at times be extreme. However H has a natural empathy for the weak and vulnerable which provides the motivation for much of his brutality and cruelty. This caring side of H endears him to Benshima, an equally intriguing personality. The H books abound with an amazing cast of colourful, rounded but often deeply flawed characters; and throughout a dark strand of ironic humour that keeps you involved until the very last page......

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781617505478
  • Publisher: Firsty Group
  • Publication date: 11/1/2009
  • Series: H Series of thrillers. Book 1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

David C Jaundrell lives in Shropshire, England. Most of his working life he built and ran his own companies and has an MBA. He retired to write the H series but also writes poetry and song lyrics. His poem 'Black Dog' was adopted by the Black Dog Institute
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2012

    No. Just no

    I gave it one star because i could not give it less.

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  • Posted February 8, 2013

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    The first few pages of this book were so badly written that I al

    The first few pages of this book were so badly written that I almost gave up immediately, but I decided to hang in there and give it a decent try. Around page 60 I gave up. The writing style is so odd and discordant, my immediate reaction was to wonder if it was written by someone whose native language is something other than English. Very jarring, very crass, (which has it's place but was just silly in this book). I usually hesitate when it comes to writing negative reviews, but I'll make an exception in this case.

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