Author Spotlight – Frank Westworth

Today is release day for Frank Westworh’s fifth JJ Stoner short story and to celebrate I thought I’d introduce you to the series as I’ve just recently finished reading the other 4 books in the series

Jean-Jacques Stoner is an ex solider; his problem isn’t really respecting authority it’s more that he doesn’t like to take any crap from anyone.

Over the first four books in the series we see Stoner develop, he gets a new job as a hired gun via The Hard Man.. who I absolutely loved.. meets some new people who help him along the way like Bernadette and Stretch and hurts a few people along the way..

One of the best things about the series so far for me is the plots.. There’s so much crammed into so few pages and it’s so well written the time passes you by in the blink of an eye.

Easy reading combined with some very interesting twists has kept me hooked throughout the series and for me the price of the eBook is a bargain!

The great think for me as a reader is that there’s also two full length novels I’ve yet to read.. these shorts have introduced me perfectly to the author and have convinced me that I’ll enjoy his full length novels just as much

I’ve reviewed each of the series so far so click the picture below if you want to check out the reviews.. book 5 will be reviewed shortly 🙂

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If you want to check the series out head to Frank’s author pages on Goodreads, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com

If you like a bit of action but aren’t looking for a long read I highly recommend you try one of these shorts.. you’ve got nothing too loose except 99p which is well worth it in my opinion

Here’s the blurb for book one to get you tempted…

FIRST CONTRACT: A decade ago, JJ Stoner was a soldier. He killed people for a living and made no bones about it. On a scorching day in the Iraqi desert, when British blood stained the sand, he over-stepped the mark. Men died in compromising circumstances; too many men for an easy explanation. Faced with a dishonourable discharge and accusations of murder, Stoner accepted an offer from a stranger who represented an intelligence agency. Suddenly, Stoner found himself half a world away and about to execute his first private contract…

FIRST CONTRACT, a quick thriller, introduces the central character from the JJ Stoner / Killing Sisters series. As well as a complete, stand-alone story, First Contract includes an excerpt from ‘A Last Act of Charity’ and a sneak preview of the sequel, ‘The Corruption of Chastity.’
‘A Last Act of Charity’, is available in paperback and ebook.

Please note that FIRST CONTRACT is intended for an adult audience and contains explicit scenes of a sexual and/or violent nature.

My thanks go to Rowena at https://murdermayhemandmore.wordpress.com/ who kindly supplied me a copy of the first book, it was my pleasure to purchase the rest in the series and I look forward to reading the new book soon 🙂

 

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4 thoughts on “Author Spotlight – Frank Westworth

  1. Hooligween

    Reblogged this on MurderMayhem&More and commented:
    The JJ Stoner quick thrillers go down a storm at David’s Book Blurg: ‘One of the best things about the series so far for me is the plots… There’s so much crammed into so few pages and it’s so well written the time passes you by in the blink of an eye.
    ‘Easy reading combined with some very interesting twists has kept me hooked throughout the series and for me the price of the eBook is a bargain! These shorts have introduced me perfectly to the author and have convinced me that I’ll enjoy his full length novels just as much…’
    David also reviews each of the Stoner stories – check out his blog for all the info…

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  2. Pingback: 10 Questions with…Frank Westworth | David's Book Blurg

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