Russian Holiday by Kenneth Eade

Terrorism's worst enemy is back in the sequel to the hit thriller, Paladine, by the thriller author critics hail as the strongest on the scene.

Russian holiday

From the best-selling & award winning author critics hail as "one of the strongest thriller writers on our scene" comes the continuation of the unforgettable story of an unlikely "anti-hero," Robert Garcia, a dangerous and unfeeling assassin of jihadist terrorists, has been exalted by social media as "Paladine", a living paladin whose mission is to rid the earth of evil for the betterment of mankind. In this installment of the series, Paladine crosses paths with a Russian assassin, which puts him in the middle of the controversial new cold war between the United States and Russia.

Genre: FICTION / Action & Adventure

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Thrillers

Language: English

Keywords: terrorism thrillers, action thrillers, assassination thrillers, political thrillers

Word Count: 55,600

Sales info:

This is a new release of a best selling political series that made the quarter-finals in Publisher's Weekly's Book Life Prize in Fiction. Best selling and award-winning author.

Sample text:

    Aleppo, once an idyllic jewel between Mesopotamia and the Mediterranean, was the oldest inhabited city in Syria and one of the oldest in civilization.  Robert Garcia had been in many battle zones before, but this was nothing like he had ever seen.  Aleppo had been decimated.  Jagged slabs of concrete hanging on the exposed bones of twisted, rusting steel, the ashes of wooden shops now reduced to cinders, broken corrugated shutters of what used to be jewelry stores, and the ruins of bombed-out, formerly splendid historical mosques, their once glittering chandeliers now hanging from the dusty rubble.  
It reminded him of those surreal black and white photographs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the atom bomb had been dropped.  Once a thriving metropolis, now a graveyard inhabited only by terrorists and their mostly unwilling civilian subjects – slaves, held captive by the boundaries of their destinies.  

Robert set up his shot from the seventh floor of an abandoned, blown-out building, once part of the modern city, which could hardly be distinguished from its ancient ruins, now themselves almost completely obliterated by all the bombing.  A bead of sweat from the intense heat dripped into his eye




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