Assassin’s Justice, the sixth story in the Assassin Without a Name series, is officially released!
Here’s what it’s about:
The Assassin Without a Name has a new client and a new job in the form of Kaileesh, a Southlander too sly for his own good. The job goes down without a hitch, but things sour when it comes time to settle. Finding himself at the receiving end of a double-cross isn't anything new for the Assassin Without a Name, so he knows just what to do to Kaileesh. But the situation becomes more complicated when he learns Kaileesh was in league with an influential member of Alchester's gentry. What starts as simple revenge becomes something more as the Assassin Without a Name formulates a plan to bring his own particular form of justice down on the heads of those who betrayed him.
This one picks up a couple of weeks after Thief’s Gambit and starts to build a relationship between our witty assassin and a very unlikely ally.
Assassin’s Justice is available at all the usual places. Get your copy today.
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Thief’s Gambit, the next, fifth, and longest Assassin Without a Name story to date, is officially released!
It’s great getting this one out there. I love the direction the story is going in and I love the characters.
I did an interview for GG Collins a couple of weeks ago in which she asked me what Thief’s Gambit was all about. Here’s my answer:
Thief’s Gambit is a rip-roaring escapade where readers find out why the Assassin Without a Name, well, doesn’t have a name. It’s much more revealing about the character than any of the previous stories, and it moves the overall storyline along nicely as we find out that the Warders, who have seemed benign up to this point, may not have the good people of Alchester’s best interests at heart after all. Elizabeth West, the title character’s love interest and the thief referred to in the title, is back, leveling insults at my main character while making sure he doesn’t get himself killed. The series has been a lot of fun to write and this story, I think, is the best yet.
Thief’s Gambit continues the story, but it’s by no means over. The next story is “in process” now, going through initial editing. It’s titled “Assassin’s Justice” and should be out soon.
Get your copy of Thief’s Gambit today!
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I’ve got something new out. It’s called The Killing Knife. It’s conception was simple: Now that there are five stories in the Assassin Without a Name series, totaling about 300 pages all told, I wanted to put out a compilation of the first few stories to give readers an easy way to get familiar with the characters and the series without having to make three separate purchases.
The Killing Knife is therefore a compilation of the first three Assassin Without a Name fantasy adventure stories. It includes:
Even for an assassin, death isn't always the answer.
Killing the Dead
Some say the dead should stay dead. Not everyone agrees.
Night of Zealotry
The job was simple, right up until the Assassin Without a Name finds himself in the middle of three organizations all willing to kill to fulfill their objectives.
The Killing Knife is available on Amazon only (for another week or so, until all of the Assassin Without a Name titles fall out of Kindle Select, then it will be available everywhere fine eBooks are sold) and is priced at $2.99. That’s a 40% savings over purchasing each of the stories separately. The Killing Knife clocks in at 54 pages.
Thief’s Gambit, the fifth Assassin Without a Name story, is now available as a pre-order at Amazon!
Thief’s Gambit, the fifth story in the Assassin Without a Name series, is now available for pre-order on Amazon!
It's priced at 99 cents throughout the pre-order period. After that, it goes up to $2.99.
Here’s what it’s about:
The hunter has become the hunted, as the Assassin Without a Name is forced from his usual haunts by Gwendolyn Goddard and her Black Guard watchdogs. On the run and out of patience, a welcome distraction arrives in the form of an old flame, Elizabeth West, who recruits him for a special Warder mission. The Jakaree are on the move, searching for an ancient relic so diabolical the Warders are intent on destroying it before the zealots can lay a hand on it.
But the Assassin Without a Name soon learns that Elizabeth has something bigger in mind. Suspicious of her employer's true motives, she sets out to uncover the truth, leading them on a harrowing escapade across Alchester's rooftops, deep beneath the city's once grand temples, and into the sky onboard a Warder airship.
The official release date for Thief’s Gambit is March 10, 2015.
Night of Zealotry, the 3rd story in the Assassin Without a Name series, was officially released to Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Google Play, and the iBookstore today.
Fresh off his adventure in Killing the Dead, the Assassin Without a Name finds himself mixed up with a mysterious group of religious zealots whose interest in technology is anything but well-intentioned. Here's the full blurb:
Take out the mark, retrieve the scroll, and avoid getting killed by his protection detail of Black Guard mercenaries. That was the job. Simple enough, or so the Assassin Without a Name thought, until he finds himself smack in the middle of three organizations all vying for possession of the item he just stole.
Of the three, the worst is the Jakaree, a group of fanatical priests willing to kill to fulfill their mysterious goals. But by making the Assassin Without a Name a target, they're about to get a lesson in death themselves from one of the best.
If you're on Goodreads, you can add Night of Zealotry to your TBR list here.
Stay tuned for more info on subsequent releases in the series.