Monday, February 13, 2012

The Devil's Right Hand (Jack Keller) now FREE for Kindle (Limited Time) The Devil's Right Hand (Jack Keller) eBook: J.D. Rhoades: Kindle Store

Originally published in 2005 by St. Martin's Minotaur, THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND was hailed as a "supercharged crime fiction debut" by Booklist, and a "fine example of redneck noir" by the Washington Post (Patrick Anderson of the Post later gave the book a favorable mention in his work TRIUMPH OF THE THRILLER). Now, for a limited time, you can check it out FREE for Kindle.

"J.D. Rhoades kicks ass!" -J.A. Konrath

"The Devil's Right Hand blasts right out of the chute and keeps up the pace until the final paragraph. Steeped in Southern sense of place, the reader can feel the heat and humidity and smell the cordite hanging in the air. J.D. Rhoades writes action as well as anybody in the business, and bail bondsman Jack Keller is a winner."--C.J. Box

"Spare, tense and violent, this is a debut that will turn other writers green with envy. Jack Keller is a sure-fire star of the new generation of hard-boiled heroes."--Stephen Booth, author of Blind to the Bones

"Riveting as the rack of a sawn-off shotgun, The Devil's Right Hand is a novel of pace and power, locked and loaded from the start. Bail enforcer Jack Keller, a damaged gulf war veteran, moves the heart in unexpected ways. Keller's quarry Raymond, a drug dealer bent on revenge, pledges 'no more water, but the fire next time'--and it's the fire we get on almost every page of a book that is positively aflame with action. Let's hope that J.D. Rhoades and Jack Keller are due to deliver more of the fire and soon."--Ken Bruen, author of The Guards

1 comment:

Dana King said...

So there I was, minding my own business, getting the cord to my Kindle so I could recharge it, and I see you're giving away a book.

Take that, Staples Easy button.