Black Pawn

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
After witnessing something he wasn't meant to see, Michael Cailen is caught in a real life game of chess where every move could be his last. A former special ops soldier, he uses his training and skills to stay alive and one step ahead of those hunting him. After saving the life of a young woman who turns out to be a gifted hacker, they finally begin to unravel the mystery. More
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About Mel LeBrun

I started writing in my early teens, mainly for my own entertainment. After getting laid off from work some years back, I found myself with lots of time on my hands and decided to bring to paper a story and characters that have lived in my imagination for many years.

I chose to self publish for a few reasons. For one, I want to focus on writing. I'm not out to make a name for myself or get mega rich. If I make enough to get by then I'm content. More would be nice but it's not my main ambition. By self publishing online I can get my work out and then get on with the next piece, which makes me happy.

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About the Series: Michael Cailen
Having earned an early retirement following a harrowing run in with a rogue CIA Officer, Michael Cailen is trying to lead a quiet life. However, because of his unique skill set, he keeps getting pulled back into the dark world of espionage, tangling with foreign operatives and criminal empires from around the globe. Despite all his efforts to live a tame life in the suburbs, Michael finds himself all over the world in various perilous situations that sometimes seem hopeless. With the help of a few close friends, though, Michael manages to accomplish what no one else can and takes down some of the worst villains on the planet.

This series will keep you on the edge of your seat with twists you'll never see coming.

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Reviews

David Donaghe reviewed on Dec. 10, 2020

It was a good read over all. I didn't care for the stereotypically portrayed the bikers in the biker bar, but that's just me. All in all it was a good read.
(reviewed 77 days after purchase)
Angel Dick reviewed on Oct. 3, 2020

It's a great read. It compels me not to put it down. I like the plot, setting and characters. Micheal won my heart right away by saving the civilians. He seems like a good guy in an assassian's body! Apart from that I like this Jessica girl. Poor thing has been through a lot in life. She reminds me of myself and that made me journey with her throughout the book with my fingers crossed. And praying to all gods, as per Gomez's words. I can't believe I even shed a tear when I learned that the Russians have her. But well, I like the ending because finally it's over and she's got the guy as well. Even though I think Martin deserves one of those hackers girls too.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Kaywa reviewed on June 15, 2020

Exciting and suspenseful read. Keeps you on the edge of your seat but all’s well that ends well.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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