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This anthology contains thirty-seven stories of high-octane adventure, written by thirty-six authors (of which I am proud to say I am one) – and a portion of the proceeds goes to Help for Heroes.
Yesterday, I started going through some of the stories in the anthology, skipping where ever my mind would take me. And that’s one of the great things about the book – with so many stories to choose from, there’s bound to be one that suits your mood. I started with Stephen Leather’s Strangers on a Train, then for a change of style, skipped forward to Eastern Fury by Andrew Scorah.
Tonight I am thinking I will read On Her Majesty’s Bloody Service by Iain Purdie – how can I pass on that title? And Man or Mouse by Mark Dark looks like it delivers the goods.
But I am just starting. Like I said, thirty-seven tales of gritty adventure, all serving up unique variations on the old Men’s Adventure stories of the seventies and eighties. What’s not to like?
If this sounds like your cup of cocoa, then check it out. You wont be disappointed.