Chronicles of Revenge - The Beginning

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North’s two sons were kidnapped and murdered at the orders of three international government officials when he refused to take on an assassination assignment from them.
After five years and a worldwide manhunt, North returns to exact his revenge upon these politicians. Matt tracks and kills the now young adults of the politicians and once again disappearing.

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About George G George

Born Gary Richard Hagger in the East End of London in 1958 and having a standard school education, he left school and completed a three year apprenticeship in bricklaying, after which he joined the British Army, spending three years in the Royal Green Jackets 2nd Battalion, serving with Andy McNab in Armagh, Northern Ireland in 1979.
After serving his time, Gary went back to bricklaying and then started running his own small company, leaving in 2000 to become a site agent for various companies, in that time he designed and built his own skis and bindings why? "simple I could not buy what I wanted so I designed and built them myself and still use them today" and at the age of 54 he retired and started writing.

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Review by: Hurst1966 on March 26, 2018 :
Loved this book the way it went from The high sociality Germany to the lowly East End of London was well written. The way your are moved through the main characters life was spell binding, its not often I’m so happy with a book of this kind. I’ve brought the second part and hopefully its just as good.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: kirkrenn on July 17, 2017 :
I was told about this book by a friend and I'm very glad she did tell me. The story is just spell binding and made me ask myself, what would I do if someone murdered one or all of my children? Just how far would I go if I had the means.
All I'm hoping is the next book as good as this one is, captivating is the best word I can use.
Keep writing your doing it right, that's my view.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Mike Carney on June 1, 2014 :
An absolutely gripping read. Takes you through the ages from Germany via the East End to the jungles of Thailand and finally back to London to the conclusion of part 1. It is the sort of book you just want to continue reading and feel as though you don't want to put down, always the sign of a good book. It's free too!!! The slight spelling errors, typos etc do not detract from the storyline. The sequel is a must and should be published as quickly as possible to ensure the continuity of the story.
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Review by: MIGUELITO on Dec. 21, 2013 :
Very good read. Please write the sequel quickly.
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Review by: Alan Walker on Nov. 15, 2013 :
A reallygood. read I absolutely enjoyed it. Looking forward to the sequel
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Review by: Gary Giles on Sep. 24, 2013 :
Excellent read! I'm ready to read the next sequel.
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Review by: Gary Giles on Sep. 24, 2013 : (no rating)
Excellent read! I'm ready to read the next sequel.
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Review by: Peter Nicholas Farrell on Sep. 8, 2013 :
One of the best books I have read this year. Extremely well written, great characters, well thought out plot. Can't wait for the story to continue.
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Review by: Nora Lee on July 27, 2013 :
The editing in this story is very bad, needs lots of help from a creative writing editor. There are missing words, misspelled words and misused words in addition to poor sentence structure and wordiness. Info dumps are repeated and the main character is over the top. He has a photographic memory, his body heals itself overnight, he is a billionaire and he is the deadliest assassin in the world. But...the story is exciting and pulls you in like a vacuum. Too hell with all the errors it's a great read. And, it's a love story to boot.
NOTE to the author, a friend of mine uses an editor named Laurie A. Will. Please contact her at and see if she is willing to work with you. He says she is great to work with and reasonably priced. Your writing deserves it.
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Review by: Peter Nicholas Farrell on July 27, 2013 :
Absolutely brilliant book. No criticism at all of any aspect of it. Believable characters well drawn, excellent narrative style keeps the reader involved. Can't wait for the sequel(s). one of the best books I have read.
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Review by: Alfie Orford on July 15, 2013 :
What a fantastic Book ! - Can hardly believe it,s a free download - Very exciting read and hard to put down once you get started - Reminds me of a typical ex SAS soldier turned mercenary tale. As I,m an ex serviceman myself it makes you feel really involved - Like real life situations we have all experienced.

Well worth a curl up on the sofa and letting yourself drift into the main characters story.
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Review by: carol hagger on July 7, 2013 : (no rating)
I read the 50% free bit on this book and just had to know what happens, i felt like i was actually there in the story its great i hope there is a follow up to it as i would love to know what happens to Matt North. Great reasding
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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