The Threat

The Threat

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by Jonas Saul
     
 
Drake Bellamy doesn't want to break the law.

His mother is dying of cancer and his father has sent him out to purchase medical weed from an unknown dealer. Things go bad fast. During the deal on the fourteenth floor of an apartment building, the dealer disappears, and Drake is stuck in the apartment with a dead woman.

The police are at the door. He has nowhere to

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Drake Bellamy doesn't want to break the law.

His mother is dying of cancer and his father has sent him out to purchase medical weed from an unknown dealer. Things go bad fast. During the deal on the fourteenth floor of an apartment building, the dealer disappears, and Drake is stuck in the apartment with a dead woman.

The police are at the door. He has nowhere to go.

On the run from the police and the maniacal killers intent on framing Drake for murder, he must uncover the truth before it is too late.

He discovers there is a reason behind the madness that has become his life. That information takes him back twelve years to when he was hospitalized with a concussion and his fiancée went missing.

The only way out now is to clean up someone else's mess. The only way out is murder.

Drake Bellamy didn't want to break the law, but now he is out for blood.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781463796099
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/08/2011
Pages:
250
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I originally purchased Jonas Saul's short story, "Trapped," and noticed the first chapter of "The Threat" was included. For some reason, I read it first and immediately became caught up in the story. So, I purchased the book and read it - in one day - only one other time, about ten years ago, have I read a book so quickly. The story is face-paced and the plot was intricate, yet not overly elaborate. The characters were rich and believable. Nearly every chapter is a cliffhanger - including the last chapter (page). Jonas's writing is tight and concise with no fluff in descriptions or character dialogue. I was so captivated by the story I literally could not stop reading. If you're a thriller fan then I highly recommend this book.
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