In The Name Of The Mother

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
At the height of a brilliant career with MI6, his wife and family fled to a foreign country leaving him shattered. But what was the burning issue that made John Stanton a vigilante. More
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About Brian Cain

Brian Cain was born in the South London UK in 1953, one of six boys to a military family and migrated to Australia in 1969 at the age of 15. His forty years in the mining industry began as a kitchen hand in a remote Australian mine in 1970. He worked his way up on plant and heavy equipment to supervisor, superintendant and management roles. He has travelled in Australia touching places few get to see. He plays drums, guitar and is an accomplished blues harmonica player. He is also a vocalist and songwriter, recording and releasing his own songs. He is a husband, father, grandfather and lives on the coast of the Fleurieu on Peninsula in South Australia. He also writes and publishes novels on a variety of topics drawing from his colourful life.

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Review by: Penny Cavendish on July 3, 2014 :
I read the entire series to book 8 in a fortnight, I hate air travel but this helps, great stories heading somewhere?
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Review by: Julie Harris on June 1, 2014 :
This one filled in a few questions that bugged me in the series, always get information on characters in previous volume, just when I had it worked out I'm proven wrong.
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Review by: JOHN PHOENIX on Sep. 9, 2013 :
Poorly written and edited. Abounds with overwriting and poor composition.
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Review by: Tulin Yenidogan on July 24, 2013 : (no rating)
The book is full of run on sentences, punctuation missing. Full of misspelled words ie payed instead of paid. The plot is good. The action keeps one reading, but the reading experience is very poor.
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Review by: Nora Lee on June 29, 2013 :
The hero of this story, John Stanton, is over the top extreme, and totally fun to read as far as the plot goes. It would be great if the editing weren't atrocious. I think every editing error that can be made has been committed many times over. It is so bad that it becomes difficult to digest because the reader has to backtrack and reread to figure out what the author means. Please, if you're going to continue to write hire a professional grade editor.
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