Bret Paris


Bret Paris has often been described as one of the last Renaissance men. He studied law at Claremont College before deciding to play professional baseball. After several years of playing in the minor leagues for the Giants and Cardinals, he decided to return to college and resume his studies. He is an inventor, businessman, dedicated father, and a professional athlete in three sports.

But his passion, since childhood, has always been the love of writing. He is the author of several screenplays, including "The Last Angry Man", a story based on the life of the late Lyle Alzado. "Hideous", a modern day story of science gone terribly wrong and "Radio Men", written with Derek Barton, the story of childhood friends chasing the dream of becoming DJ's during the golden age of rock and roll music.

Gabriel's Rule is his first novel, a fast paced, gritty story of a master assassin killing America's Elite.

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Gabriel's Rule
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 82,180. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Spies & espionage
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America is under attack. Her richest men are targets of an elite killer. A man who elevates assassination to an art. He is known as Gabriel. Nothing is as it seems. The hunt is on for the most deadly man on the planet. Leading the search is a brilliant, acerbic analyst and the President's man. The closer they get to Gabriel, the closer they get to the truth. A truth that might cost their lives.

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