The Free Lancers

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John Roland and Darwin Brunson are the free lancers. They are a couple of ne'er-do-well police officers that work a few private security jobs together. Darwin picks up extra money by smuggling and John goes to Belize to work on a graphic novel after they leave the police department. They get together later and decide to rob a bank to pick up extra money. The bank they rob is in the Middle East.

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Words: 24,210
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781476415734
About Leroy B. Vaughn

The author has had short stories published in the following magazines: Soldier of Fortune, The Lake Chapala Review (Mexico), Roll Call ( American Legion Mexico), Rebel Rodz, Motorcyclist and Quick Throttle.

He has had short stories featured in e-magazines Finger Prints Crime Flash, Shotgun Soldier, Dead Gun Press ,Tracer Publishing, New Zenith (blog), The Flash Fiction Press,The Los Angeles Review of Los Angeles, New Zenith Magazine, Freedom Fiction Journal, Blink Ink and Mysterical-E.

He has several fiction and true short stories at short fiction.co.uk and short stories and book reviews at Hackwriters.com.

Four of his short stories have been featured in the pod-cast Crime City Central.com. Stories # 32, 33, 34, & 35.

He has short stories in the following anthologies, Crooked Holster Ritual, 9 Crimes and Workers Write, Tales from the Casino.

He has two self published books, Adrift from Djibouti and Hilljack Heaven.

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Reviews

Review by: robert schraeder on Nov. 29, 2012 : (no rating)
The Free Lancers by Leroy Vaughn. I enjoy reading law enforcement/military/police books, and this author seems to cover it all. This book has got it all. mr. vaughn is a person of great detail, and obviously has some background in military/police affairs. I just purchased "Camp Thunderbird" and I can't wait to begin reading journey. i have already referred his material to other cops. Keep up the excellant work Mr. Vaughn. I believe I will see your name on T.V. one day as a police series advisor. There are a number of "Police series" that could use you right now. Good Luck to you, and keep writing. Motor Bob
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Review by: Dleigh R on Sep. 04, 2012 :
This book is a quick read with some interesting twists. The ending was especially surprising!

The book gets straight to the deal without too much information. The author seems to have quite the imagination.

Looking forward to reading more from this dude.
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