Kro

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No one knows who the Night Walk Men really are. They are unseen, unknown.

"Kro" is an all-new story straight from the timeline of the forthcoming novel, "The Devil's Right Hand" and introduces a character sure to become a favourite within the Night Walk Men universe. More
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Words: 3,100
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465757920
About Jason McIntyre

Born on the prairies, Jason McIntyre eventually lived and worked on Vancouver Island where the vibrant characters and vivid surroundings stayed with him and coalesced into what would become his novel, On The Gathering Storm. Before his time as an editor, writer and communications professional, he spent several years as a graphic designer and commercial artist. Jason is the author of more than two dozen short stories, several novellas and full-length fiction.

Currently, Jason is at work on new novels and stories in the Dovetail Cove world -- companion books to BLED and SHED.

His latest full-length novel, THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND, is out now!

Synopsis:

The saga began with The Night Walk Men, the #1 Kindle Suspense novella by Jason McIntyre. Now it continues with The Devil's Right Hand. And a war is brewing.

Meet Benton Garamond. He's lost. He careens through the wet streets of downtown Vancouver on a collision course with a dirty lawyer named Levy Gillis. He wants something from Gillis and he aims to get it.

Meet Donovan Lo, former drug kingpin and not bad with the ladies if you ask him. He's in hiding and has a plan to leave his empire for good. But something -- and someone -- aims to put a bullet through his last big score.

Now meet Sperro. He has a lot to say about his job, about Benton Garamond and about Donovan Lo. Sperro will be your tour guide.

"We are Night Walk Men, imbued with the lives of at least ten men, and we walk among you like a blur, unseen but often sensed or smelled like pollen in the air when you can't see flowers--or the tingle you get when the hairs on your neck stand up.

"If you hear footsteps on the parched earth behind you, or if dry autumn leaves scrape concrete with a breeze, that's most likely one of us, walking just a little ahead or just a little behind. If it's dark and you climb into your car and for once--for no reason at all--wonder why you didn't check the back seat for strangers, one of my brothers is mostly likely back there as you drive off.

"We are everywhere at once and nothing can stop us. We are Death incarnate, walking under long robes of black and chasing down the winds to read from a discourse that may be the last words you'll hear..."

Be prepared to shake The Devil's Right Hand.

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Reviews

Review by: dawna jicha on Jan. 16, 2013 :
Kro is a short story "prequel" to The Devil's Right Hand and it is a shocker. It gives you just enough of a punch to take your breath away but also leave you breathlessly saying "MORE, MORE, MORE"!!! Kro is the kind of character you could see yourself being best friends with, if you were privileged enough to walk in the WALK MEN'S world. Stop reading reviews and start buying Jason McIntyre's books. I say to buy all of them, but if you don't wanna commit that hard yet, at least try the Night Walk Men series. You will not be disappointed.
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Review by: dawna jicha on Jan. 16, 2013 :
Kro is a short story "prequel" to The Devil's Right Hand and it is a shocker. It gives you just enough of a punch to take your breath away but also leave you breathlessly saying "MORE, MORE, MORE"!!! Kro is the kind of character you could see yourself being best friends with, if you were privileged enough to walk in the WALK MEN'S world. Stop reading reviews and start buying Jason McIntyre's books. I say to buy all of them, but if you don't wanna commit that hard yet, at least try the Night Walk Men series. You will not be disappointed.
(review of free book)

Review by: Robert Zimmermann on Nov. 09, 2012 :
This is my first time reading McIntyre's work and I was very pleased with it. I haven't read "The Night Walk Men" which this story is closely related to, but I didn't feel that I needed to do so either.

In this story I was hooked early on by the characters and was kept glued to my e-reader as the story unfolded. Since it was a fairly short read, it was more like a teaser. That normally doesn't sit well with me, but I think it was also a great story by itself and that the tease was just an added bonus.

I'm looking forward to reading this author's upcoming novel "The Devil's Right Hand" that follows in the same world as "Kro" does. I enjoyed his writing a good amount.
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