Paco Suarez

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  • Kill Zone (A Spider Shepherd Short Story) on Feb. 11, 2013
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    A fascinating short story..! A great read that tells us a bit more about Spider's early days with the SAS in Afghanistan. Yes it is short, but it has all you expect from a Stephen Leather thriller. I have read a lot of non-fiction books about the SAS and Afghanistan, and this gets very close to non-fiction. Amazingly good...
  • Kill Zone (A Spider Shepherd Short Story) on Feb. 11, 2013

    A fascinating short story..! A great read that tells us a bit more about Spider's early days with the SAS in Afghanistan. Yes it is short, but it has all you expect from a Stephen Leather thriller. I have read a lot of non-fiction books about the SAS and Afghanistan, and this gets very close to non-fiction. Amazingly good...
  • Dead Drop (A Spider Shepherd Short Story) on June 01, 2013

    A great short story indeed. For all fans of SAS man Dan "Spider" Shepherd it is a must read, if you always wanted to know more about Spiders past in the regiment. The story may be short, but it is packed with action. You will not be able to put down the book once you have started to read it. A really amazing page-turner..!
  • The Ladyboy Lover on June 13, 2013
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    This short story is like having Filet Mignon for fast food, delicious but quick. It is like buying a chicken class air ticket and getting upgraded to business class. As often, I would have loved the story to go on and on, but I guess that this is the magic of short stories, to keep your fans entertained with short stories in between full lengtht thrillers! As for the story itself, well, again, like after reading Stephen's one and only "Private Dancer", this story seems far too real to be fiction, probably an art in itself, or maybe simply more then just a ficticous short story..?¿?
  • Graham, Just One Shade on July 27, 2014

    I don't normally ready this kind of books, but having read all the other books of this author, I thought that I may give it a try, and I was not to be disappointed. It is a very easy and quite funny read, but you have to ignore some typos. It's a book you may not find in school libraries, as it is quite spicy to say, at least. One may wonder, how much of this book may be fiction, and how much may be actual real. Graham surely gets around a lot enjoying his drinks and his ladies, and lucky he seems with ladies..!!!
  • My Thai Story on July 31, 2014

    Good, interesting and seemingly honest story..!!! I really enjoyed reading this story. Being married myself to a lady from the Northeast of Thailand, I can relate to many points of this story. There are some typos and maybe some small inaccuracies, but it doesn't make the story less enjoyable. It reads like a very honest account and surely it sounds like quite plausible. The way he tells about life in a Thai village and with a Thai family, is surely very well told. The phone calls from that male that Jee kept getting, had me intrigued. It is a real pity, that it didn't work our for them at the end, and I was wondering if those phone calls may have been related to the outcome? I really hope that Guy may write one day "My Thai Story 2". I know that he now lives in Thailand, and I think that it would be great to know, how it all worked out for him at the end, and if he maybe heard about Jee again.