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Justice has no face. Just a name:

The Marker

Amidst the chaos left in back alleyways and side streets, the Marker wages war against corruption in the crime-ridden metropolitan city of Ashden. Cloaked in a hood and a trench coat, he administers justice one villain at a time.

In his wake, investigative journalist Chris Verlorne observes and reports on the deeds of this hooded v
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Paperback, First Edition, 237 pages
Published April 16th 2014 by Sarah Pratt
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Jay G
May 26, 2014 rated it really liked it
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I received this copy through a good reads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.

Chris Verlone, an investigative journalist living in the small town of Ashden, has been writing stories about a masked vigilante "The Marker" for years. When Chris discovers there may be a arsonist serial killer on the loose, Chris will stop at nothing to catch the killer and bring him to justice before he strikes again.

This book started off quite slow for me, but as I continued to read the plot twists came int
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Geoff Richardson
Jul 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I had the pleasure to get an early review copy of this novel, and I was very impressed with Pratt's writing style and abilities. Citing Ted Dekker as an influence, it's no wonder her style follows in the suspense genre and I personally can't wait for a sequel.

5 stars - definitely will read again...and again.
Janna Berg
Jul 27, 2014 rated it really liked it
Great first novel! Loved the plot twists! The ending was not what I predicted! Would definitely read the next in the series!
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Sarah Pratt was selected as one of the winning authors of the Inaugural WriMo Accelerator program in 2014. She received her MA in Criminal Justice and Accounting from Dallas Baptist University. She currently works as an auditor and resides in Dallas, Texas. When not writing, she can be found at a hockey game cheering on the Dallas Stars.

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