The Spartak Trigger (A Shane Bishop Anti-Thriller) Book 1

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In order to clear his name, disgraced cop-turned-grifter-turned-murder suspect Shane Bishop is coerced by a mysterious government agent into joining the espionage game. He eventually finds himself in Russia charged with infiltrating a radical neo-Bolshevik terrorist group and retrieving a microfilm they’ve obtained which contains a computer virus that has the power to destroy the world… wide web. More

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About Bryce Allen

Bryce Allen was born in Atlantic Canada in the early-1980s. He graduated from the University of King’s College in 2004 with a BA in History and currently resides in the Midwestern United States. The Spartak Trigger is his first published novel.

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Annetta Pittmoore reviewed on on Sep. 14, 2014

Personally, I was very impressed with this book. There’s nothing more enjoyable than a book that makes me want to keep reading, despite those little theatrics of life that constantly demand equal billing. In this book, there’s a bit of everything exquisitely blended and believably constructed. When I got past the narrator thing, everything meshed well.

The protagonist encompasses a whole host of characteristics. He’s a cop accused of a murder he didn’t commit, but he doesn’t seem to be held accountable for those he committed. He’s a widower with a truly screwed up daughter. After that television incident, I really hoped to hear no more of her.

Oh, and the narrator thing? Here’s an example. Seriously, it actually spices up the regular dialog. “The narrator proclaims that I’m ‘brooding with fiery angst, every fiber of my being awash in worriment.’ I grimace at the shade of purple his prose just turned. It’s embarrassing for both of us really.”

The narrator becomes a character himself. Smart. Shrewd. Delightful. Okay – and weird.

The book pulls you in, makes you think, and entertains your senses. Highly recommended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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