Hellfire

Hellfire

by Rickard B DeMille

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940015738230
Publisher: MacDonald, Barclay & Co.
Publication date: 07/04/2012
Series: The Travis Deacon Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 378
File size: 292 KB

About the Author

Rickard B DeMille is a memeber of ITW, the International Thriller Writers Association. He is also a Co-Organizer of the Frisco Writers Group, and a member of the North Dallas Screenwriters.

After serving in the Marines Corps as a commissioned officer, author Rick DeMille started a career in information systems and currently manages the technology department for a small energy company in the Dallas area.

His interest in writing was revived when he wrote a Y2K, guide which was distributed over the Internet by an outdoor supply company. He next began writing short stories, several of which were published online by websites such as BeWrite.com. His short stories won various contests, including those sponsored by 'Darklines,' 'Eros and Rust,' and Magellan Books from Australia who also included one of his short stories in the ADUMBRA anthology.

He self-published OF SINNERS AND LIBERALS, a humourous look at how liberalism would have changed history. He has also published his Masters' Thesis, BIBLE STUDY: DEFENDING DANIEL. A reexamination of historical, linguistinc, and antropological facts relating to the Book of Daniel from the Bible.

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Hellfire 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anthonybyrne More than 1 year ago
Just finished the book. It was a great read! Characters and plot are riveting,kept me reading until the end. Highly recommended for those who want something original.
DevlinMayCare More than 1 year ago
I'm a huge Nelson DeMille fan, so the author's name caught my attention. I decided to take a chance, and am glad I did. The writing is not quite up to Nelson DeMille's standards (though not may are), and reminds me of "Plum Island" and "The General's Daughter" more than "The Lion." That said, if you liked "Lion" & "Lion's Game" you'll enjoy this story. The plot revolves around Travis Deacon, a Marine on leave in Wales, who must stop a terrorist from killing the Queen and Prince Harry. He's assisted by a beautiful Detective Dee Jones, and a romance progresses along with the investigation. I thought adding Blackjack, a dog, as a character was a risk, but the author managed to pull it off well. I saw there was another review, and decided to add one as well. While I agree with the comments, five stars may be a little generous. It is, however, a solid four. It gave me something very good to read while I wait for the next Nelson DeMille release.
Brian_Watkins More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this. I read it over a couple of days and the story kept me very interested, I would recommend to any person who loves an engaging adventure.
AnnMarieStone More than 1 year ago
This is a story filled with action, adventure, mystery, suspense, espionage, treachery, romance, you name it. I definitely wanted to know more from the beginning. The story opened with a great introduction to the fact that it took place in the UK and that the main character in the story was from the US. I may not have understood many of the UK references, but that was ok because Travis was just as confused as I was. The humor brought me in at first, and then the mystery regarding Gareth hooked me further. Reading this book felt a lot more like watching a movie than reading a book. I felt that I could see the characters well when they were explained in detail, but even more when they were explained with comical nicknames. In fact, I pictured Travis as Jason Stathem. Overall, I really enjoyed reading Hellfire. I don’t typically read mystery suspense and action for pleasure, but this one has introduced me to the genre in a positive way. I have always enjoyed movies that are similar to this story, and now I know that I enjoy reading them too. The humor in the story added that little piece of something extra that most stories lack when there are tragedies involved, which was also quite refreshing.