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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Saturday Spotlight: The Warrior by @pattersonty67

I get tons of requests every day and unfortunately I am unable to review every book that comes my way. I still like to support these authors and publishers so I have decided to host spotlights on Saturday to highlight these books!
 

Publication Date: December 11, 2012
Genre: Thriller/Suspense/Action/Crime
 
When Private Military Contractor Zeb Carter witnesses gruesome crimes in the Congo, he can’t just walk away.
 
Plagued by the scale of the crimes and the helplessness of the victims, he is bent on his own private justice. With Broker by his side, a maverick intelligence analyst, Zeb soon realizes that this time he has come up against an adversary who is utterly ruthless...and perhaps more than a match for him.
 
What transpires is a fast pace gripping journey that stretches from the Congo to New York, into the world of corrupt politics, influential politicians who want him dead, and government agencies who are against him.
 
This breakneck paced read is an edge-of-your-seat,exothermic thrill machine, with a plot so full of surprises it will carry your imagination long beyond the final word.
 
PURCHASE
 

AUTHOR BIO
Ty discovered reading at an early age and the backs of cereal cartons were frequently part of his reading diet. And so were the labels on toilet paper rolls... but let's not dwell there.

His journey to being a writer took him to selling tea to street side stalls, selling exotic leather goods, living by the side of railway tracks, and living on a couple of continents.

He took to writing at an early age - writing pieces of humor and fiction, some of which are yet to see the light of day and others that got published in journals that are now deader than the T-Rex.

Ty started writing The Warrior on a challenge by his better half and son. Ty set a bigger challenge for himself - to write a thriller that would stay in readers' minds long beyond the last word - fueled by just the power of the black word on a white page.

Ty feels blessed that readers have taken to the The Warrior and is now writing a sequel.

Ty is privileged that his wife and son shape their lives to accommodate his writing. They also humor his ridiculous belief that he is in charge.

Ty plays most racquet sports with a great deal of enthusiasm and a lot less ability. If you're looking for a playing partner whose ass you want to whup, Ty is your man.
 
AUTHOR LINKS
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