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's Latest Books:

# Tank Unimaginable
- Novel, reboot and climax to the sci-fi short stories series. The starting point for future stories.

# Bowl of Beasts
- Dark fantasy loosely based on King Arthur and his knights.

# Gamer 2: Dragon Land Expansion
- Fantasy about Harry O'Neil and his ongoing battle with the game Avenger Flex. (Final book due mid-2014)

# Fighter (Real Ninja, Book 1)
- Action/Thriller about the real, gritty, often bloody lives of ninja (and other martial artists) in the ghetto they live. (2nd book due late February.)

FREE BOOKS By Kenneth Guthrie:
# One Day Gangster: Portland (Part 1)
# One Day Gangster: Washington (Part 2)
# One Day Gangster: New York (Part 3)
# A New World (Gamer, Book 1)
# Rex Pain Space Soldier #1: On The Edge Of Hell
# Metal Soldiers #1: Soul Searching
# Time To Die #1: Brutal Limit
# Tokyo #1: Hit "Live, Die, Survive"

(And a variety of others.)

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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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