Two Delta India Echo

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After losing his wife, daughter, and career, Jack hit rock bottom, before meeting Cindy. Now with a renewed focus in his life, Jack is out to shut down the most powerful organization in the country. He has an arsenal of combat-hardened skills, low self-esteem, more demons than one closet can hold, and a constant push to self destruction. But, will it be enough? More
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Words: 6,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311836991
About J P Robertson

I am a Science Fiction writer, releasing my first novel in 2014.
Although I am an adult, I am a kid at heart, often reliving my youth vicariously through my children. I love everything about SciFi, from futurist concepts, to high-tech weapons and gadgets, and pure escapism.
My writing is aimed at adults, and young people that can handle a bit of violence and foul language. Although neither attributes are foundations of my writing, I do not shy away from using the common colloquialism you would expect to find with the types of characters I develop.
If you like futurism, action, espionage, and colorful characters, you'll like what I make.

About the Series: Red Shift: Short Stories
Prelude short stories on the key characters in the Red Shift novel series.

Take a look at how the plot of Red Shift came to exist, and what drove the players to take their place in the fold.

Sydney has never looked so good a hundred years from now.

Also in Series: Red Shift: Short Stories

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Review by: James Jenkins on Feb. 07, 2016 :
As I sit to write the review I am learning this appears to be one in series. The final sentence in the work is "To be continued........." The work stands alone ok, but it might be better to read related works in the intended order, maybe the author will number them to make it clear? As a stand alone or teaser it ok, not overly good or bad. History is sufficiently discussed so I did not feel lost, and ending was well placed so it did not feel like an annoying cliff hanger.
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