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text 2015-07-14 13:00
Black Dawn is live!


Black Dawn is now available.


Amazon US | Amazon UK | iBooks | Barnes & Noble | Kobo

What happens when nothing is as it seems? 

Lexi Dare is on a one-woman mission to stay alive. Both at home and at work. Because how did she end up with a ring on her finger and an abuser in bed as she readies to hit the high point in her career? Everything should be perfect. Amazing job. Handsome fiancé. It's all a disaster. 

Parker Black is the brains behind Titan Group, an elite security firm. In his world, everything is ordered and controlled, except what he feels for his buddy’s girl. Something in her eye screams for help, but he has no idea what. 

When Lexi disappears, Parker realizes what he should have known. The lines blur between friendships and work, and they must find each other to survive a terror attack that only Lexi can stop. 

Black Dawn can be read as a standalone and does not have a cliffhanger.


Paperback and audiobook available also.  Please consider writing a review :)

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review 2013-07-21 20:58
Peter Parker Spider-Man: Back in Black
Peter Parker Spider-Man: Back in Black - Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa,Matt Fraction,Sean McKeever,Angel Medina Several stories featuring Spiderman in the new black costume, he has to deal with Venom, Aunt May's illness, genetically altered youths and several more issues. It's an interesting set of stories with some information about some of Spiderman's foes over the years and some thoughts about alternative issues he's had to deal with.
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review 2012-07-18 00:00
The Black Ice Score (Parker, #11) - Richard Stark Parker helps retrieve diamonds from a corrupt African leader. This is kind of by the numbers for a Parker book. The parts with the opposing factions from the African country were pretty interesting, but the rest was fairly standard. I keep getting more and more irritated with Claire and her effect on Parker. I prefer Parker when he is single minded and ruthless.

This isn't my favorite of the Parkers by any stretch but it IS a Parker book, thereby making it a worthwhile read. I would suggest this for the completist. For those new to Parker start with The Hunter.
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review 2010-08-04 00:00
The Black Ice Score (Parker, #11) - Richard Stark,Dennis Lehane Nationals from a tiny African country want Parker to plan a heist for them in an effort to steal back a fortune in diamonds. Parker has misgivings but Claire urges him to take the job. Parker plans the heist and things go smoothly until mistakes the Africans made before contacting Parker come back to bite them all in the ass...

Reading one of Parker's exploits is like visiting an old friend. Parker is himself in this one, although maybe Claire's making him a little soft. The heist was well-planned, as usual. Parker's quip that no one is an expert on people rings true, especially when things start falling apart. With two parties after the diamonds, as well as Hoskins, the plot has a lot of twists and turns. Parker goes about his business as only he can.

Any gripes? Besides Claire softening Parker a bit, The Black Ice Score is pretty short, an easy three hour read. Other than that, it's the same Parker we all know and love.
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