One Day Gangster: Portland (Part 1)

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Portland: The worst place in the world. I never thought that my brother would die in a place like this, but looking down at him from his bloody bed, there's no doubting that he is. I get up and walk over to the door. There's a note there. It's for me. Picking it up, I go to the phone. My world is about to get a whole lot more bloody: Just the way I like it. More
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Published by Lunatic Ink Publishing
Words: 8,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310503696
About Kenneth Guthrie

Kenneth Guthrie is the author of hundreds of short stories and novels. He has currently finished the Neo-Tokyo Death Battle Series and is working on the second book in the Wilson Jack Series, which sees the big man closing in on Cathedral while facing danger on all sides.

Other recent novels are Tank Unimaginable (Sci-Fi), Bowl of Beasts (Dark Fantasy), Gamer 2: Dragon Land Expansion (Sci-Fi), Fighter (Ninja), Wilson (Thriller) and the Drac Ula Series (Dark Fantasy).

The three books in the Neo-Tokyo Death Battle Series are Survivor, Hunted and Finalist.

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Review by: tony parsons on Jan. 15, 2014 :
Stevie is an ex-military now living in Portland had been stationed in Iraq for 5 yrs. He encounters some gang-bangers selling drugs. An encounter follows all of them are hurt & robbed.
I found Luke (brother, 25) dead in our apartment. An anonymous person calls & wants to meet.
The boss (Mike Yamamato, Japanese mafia) wants to buy some coke from Stevie.
Cool book cover, great font, writing style. A well written mysterious, suspenseful, crime filled short story (book). Lots of twists/turns. Flashback from the past/present. It was fairly easy to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. I’m sure he suffered from PTSD. It didn’t start out with a bang, but it got better as the story content progressed. I ended up rating the short story (book) with 5 stars.
Thank you for the free book (short story)
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(review of free book)

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