ACTION: Pulse-pounding tales featuring Stephen Leather and Matt Hilton

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  1. An anthology of action tales featuring Stephen Leather and edited by Matt Hilton (author of Joe Hunter series) ... Matt is making a donation to Help for Heroes for every copy sold... in ebook/Kindle format.

    Action: Pulse Pounding Tales Volume 1 eBook: James Oliver Hilton, I S Paton, Paul D Brazill, Richard Godwin, Stephen Leather, Matt Hilton, Adrian Magson, Zoe Sharp, Gavin Bell, Steven Savile: Kindle Store

    "Think back to the days when heroes were heroes and the action was furious and full-blooded. When often as not, the hero was quite the opposite: an anti-hero - but he needed to be, to bring the kind of violent justice to villains worse than him. When political correctness took a back seat, even as the bullets and karate chops were flying. Basically it was good old harmless fun. It was a case of disengaging your moral compass and getting down with the hero as they took on all comers, and they did it with balletic grace and uncompromising violence. Gratuitous? Mostly. Realistic? Not always. Great fun? You betcha!!!

    Then fast forward to the here and now: What if the current action and thriller authors set their minds to bringing back the action genres of old?

    Well, that question is answered here.

    Within these pages you will find secret agents, vigilantes (both just and insane), cops, villains, soldiers, veterans, gangsters, swordsmen, privateers, Ninja and even a crypto-zoological beast you might recognise. Some of the tales are delivered with shocking realism, some as lighter entertainment, some on the grittier side, but each and every tale included in Action: Pulse Pounding Tales Volume 1 is sure to get your heart racing.

    Kick back and enjoy the ride!"
  2. but what about we who don't have a kindle? What's wrong with paper :(
  3. There is a kindle app for computers as far as I know, and I read quite a few books with my mobilephone as well as my kindle.