# Novel《Bran-New + Collection Of 12 Literary Legends & 13 Rising Stars Thriller Fictions》Lee Child - FIRST THRILLS
This must-have collection of 25 short stories in paperback edition is a bran-new book and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM52.86. Now here Only at RM12. This is a collection of twenty-five short stories in the "thriller" genre, about eleven of which are by well-established writers you've heard of and the remaining fourteen are by relative newcomers. New York Times bestselling author Lee Child and International Thriller Writers, Inc., present a collection of remarkable stories in First Thrills. Showcasing many of the organization’s bestselling authors as well as rising stars in the genre, here are twenty-five brand-new, never-before-published stories packed with murder, mystery, and mayhem. ● A cunning criminal thinks he can use a child to take the rap for his crimes. ● A hospital intern turned body snatcher ● A priest who comes face-to-face with his wife’s murderer on death row ● A Confederate soldier comes home to his love, but changed by more than just the war . . . he comes back wrong. ● The discovery of a flying saucer in the ocean depths brings one man to the brink of a massive revelation. ● A dying man’s last request proves to his ex-wife that he’s still rotten to the core. ● A clandestine operative finds himself caught in a wicked game of confusion . . . but who is calling the shots? No matter what type of thriller you listen to, you’ll find something here that will entertain you . . . and perhaps a new writer you’ll cherish for years to come. Less That's the point according to Lee Child, who acts as editor and contributor - to have just enough goodies by people you know so you buy the book and read stuff by the new kids. 1. "The Thief" by Gregg Hurwitz - STRONG start to the collection with a story told by the POV of a developmentally challenged teenage boy. Five very enthusiastic stars. 2. "Scutwork" by C.J. Lyons - A naughty night with a goth chick goes terribly wrong for the guy in charge of the corpses. Four stars. 3. "The Bodyguard" by Lee Child - A professional bodyguard has to reconsider his career choice. Four stars. 4. "Last Supper" by Rip Gerber - How to handle being face-to-face with your wife's killer. 3.5 stars. 5. "After Dark" by Alex Kava and Deb Carlin - Woman goes to a camp ground by herself at night and, well, you can kinda see the ending coming. 2.0 6. "Wednesday's Child" by Ken Bruen - A double-cross set in Ireland with an ending I did NOT see coming. 5.0 7. "Eddy May" by Theo Gangi - Creepy scam artist gets a double-cross. 4.0 8. "The Plot" by Jeffery Deaver - A detective's instincts about a writer's death prove not all is what it seems (with the most "I did NOT see that coming" ending in the collection). 5.0 9. "Eye of the Storm" by John Lutz and Lise S. Barker - A woman's plans to dispose of her unfaithful husband distracts her so much she doesn't notice the hurricane coming her way. 4.0 10. "The Dead Club" by Michael Palmer and Daniel James - A doctor takes a gamble on a high-steaks game in Las Vegas. 5.0 11. "Underbelly" by Grant McKenzie - A very funny story involving a moving bus, some stashed contraband and little people with guns. 5.0 12. "The Gato Conundrum" by John Lescroat - Lame "Da Vinci Code" rip-off. 1.0 13. "The Princess of Felony Flats" by Bill Cameron - Scam involving a crime family set in modern Ireland. 5.0 14. "Savage Planet" by Stephen Coonts - A recovered ship means something special to one person. 4.0 15. "Suspended" by Ryan Brown - The plot to "Frozen" with a pissed-off ghost. 3.0 16. "Invisible" by Sean Michael Bailey - This story about a person with an ugly childhood, an even uglier adulthood and a special power may be more sci-fi than thriller. 4.0 17. "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" by Heather Graham - A small island community has survived the Civil War, but now they must deal with a new horror. Five very enthusiastic stars. 18. "On the Train" by Rebecca Cantrell - Two men have a heart-to-heart chat on the train during the Holocaust. 5.0 19. "Children's Day" by Kelli Stanley - A child disappears with a clown in 1939 in this tale reminding us that the good ole days weren't always good. 5.0 20. "My Father's Eyes" by Wendi Corsi Staub - A familiar story told from the main character's perspective (see if you can guess who it is before you get to the end). 5.0 21. "Program with a Happy Ending" by Cynthia Robinson - Probably based on a true story, we see what could go wrong when you alienate people. 4.0 22. "Killing Carol Ann" by J.T. Ellison - With friends like this, who needs enemies? 5.0 23. "Cloe" by Marc Paoletti - What life is like when a Wise Guy is an old guy. 3.0 24. "Cold, Cold Heart" by Karin Slaughter - The jilted ex-wife of a narcissistic self-help guru isn't as helpless as she seems (features another "I did NOT see that coming" ending). 4.0 25. "Calling the Shots" by Karen Dionne - Never piss off your boss' daughter. 2.0
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