THE GOOD KILL – A Review by Joan Wiley

I would like to thank Joan Wiley firstly for requesting a copy of THE GOOD KILL during my summer giveaway, and then secondly for sharing an ever so eloquent and enthusiastic review of it with her website audience and elsewhere.

And, while we’re on the subject of Ms. Wiley, I would also like to congratulate her on the recent release of her debut horror anthology VILLAINOUS MINDS. Go check it out, my friends… after first checking out her review of my book, of course.

Right on?

Write on!

Hello Friends.

I was given the opportunity to read “The Good Kill” written by author, Kurt Brindley. I don’t usually do book reviews on this blog, but due to Mr. Brindley generously giving me a copy to review on Amazon, I wanted to share my thoughts with any followers here on WordPress as well.

The book tells a fascinating tale, which follows the story of Killian Lebon, an ex- Navy Seal who dives head first into the dark and dirty underworld of kingpins, killers, drugs and sex trafficking.

This is a gritty read depicting a realistic and disturbing world. I would say this is not for those faint of heart, but then again…it would serve as an eye opener for the masses to realize the tragic truth of these terrible things occurring all over the world. More vigilance and awareness of the sex trafficking trade and drug cartel is needed.

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