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Killing Yourself to Survive

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Seven stories of desperation and death from a master of crime fiction

Sterling Associates recruited Satcher in the killing fields of Iraq. A marine who learned the brutalities and frustrations of war in Fallujah, Satcher was ideal for Sterling, a shadowy corporation whose business is to kill for America when the CIA can’t. He comes to Guatemala, the deadliest nation in the
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ebook, 150 pages
Published May 15th 2012 by Open Road Media (first published January 1st 2012)
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Steven
If you are looking for something other than meth-noir, then the crime stories in this short story collection will do the deed. Complex plots, deep characterization, concretely detailed, and expertly crafted.
Otto Penzler
May 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
This new short story collection from David Corbett features an ex-marine named Satcher who is recruited by Sterling Associates, a suspicious company that kills for profit . Satcher is sent from Iraq to capture and kill a cartel member in Guatemala , where he meets a beautiful, idealistic young woman who is also determined to bring peace to Guatemala in a different way.

Once a private investigator, David Corbett is a mastermind of crime fiction. Very few writers are able to realistically portray h
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Read my review of this worthwhile collection at http://tbdeluxe.blogspot.com/2012/06/...
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David Corbett is the author of four novels: The Devil’s Redhead, Done for a Dime (a New York Times Notable Book), Blood of Paradise (nominated for numerous awards, including the Edgar), and Do They Know I’m Running (Spinetingler Award, Best Novel—Rising Star Category 2011).

David’s short fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, with two stories selected for Best Amer
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