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No One Runs Faster Than A Bullet

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Kansas City. the final years of Prohibition. A crew, including a former bootlegger, preacher, World War 1 veteran, Pinkerton Agent, barnstorming prizefighter, among others plan to steal gold deposits during the height of the Great Depression.
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Published December 2020 by Close To The Bone Publishing
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Nov 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
One word that I feel describes the book best is "REFRESHING". The format, the flow, the way the story comes together, all of it is new and intriguing. The story hooked me till the end.

The reason I reduced one star is only because there were some references that I did not understand. I think Andrew could definitely work on those and make them a little easier to understand and relate to for the international readers.

All things considered, the book was a breath of fresh air and a form of writing
Dawn Marsanne
Nov 21, 2020 rated it really liked it
Enjoyable read. Interesting historical facts combined into an engaging story.
The individual characters had a dedicated chapter and then the author brought them together for the main event of the book. The ending is very gripping.

I was given a free copy of this short story in exchange for a review.
Paul Alexander
Nov 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
A quick read for lovers of noir. In this case 1930's depression era crime noir... "like some waste of space," "she wore gloves even though the temperature didnt call for them," "he removed his Colt 1911 and cocked it. He turned around, and met the barrel of a shotgun. It figured a place like this would have protection." "It was one of the surest ways he knew how to make money: always bet against the tide." "Once the bullets started flying he welcomed it like an old friend."
It is also peppered
Christine Rose
Nov 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
No One Runs Faster than a Bullet is a book I loved. The format is different, something that works beautifully, and each character has its own chapter. As you read on, the story evolves at a great pace and each character will take his and her place in the main story.

Aside from the story, there are various historical facts concerning criminals, politics and organized crime, and many more. I would totally recommend this book to everyone who loves reading about a good heist carried out by seemingly
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