First Contract: meet JJ Stoner in a quick Kindle thriller

FirstContractFINALIn ‘First Contract’ we meet JJ Stoner and the Hard Man, central characters from the Killing Sisters series of novels.

A decade ago, JJ Stoner was a soldier. He killed people for a living and made no bones about it. On a scorching day in the Iraqi desert, when British blood stained the sand, he over-stepped the mark. Men died in compromising circumstances: too many men for an easy explanation.

Faced with a dishonourable discharge and accusations of murder, Stoner accepted an offer from a stranger who represented an intelligence agency. Suddenly, Stoner found himself half a world away and about to execute his first private contract…

‘First Contract’ is available from Amazon for Kindle readers. It’s a complete, stand-alone short story with its own plot and resolution, intended to provide a couple of hours of entertainment and introduce readers to JJ Stoner’s murderous world.

As well as a complete, stand-alone story, this Kindle edition of ‘First Contract’ includes an excerpt from ‘A Last Act of Charity’ and a sneak preview of the second book in the series, ‘The Corruption of Chastity.’

The first full-length book in the Killing Sisters series, ‘A Last Act of Charity’, is published in September 2014.Charity frame

Writing about ‘A Last Act of Charity’, R J Ellory, award-winning author of ‘A Quiet Belief In Angels’, said:

“Guns, girls, guitars and scenes of gruesome violence, all shot through with a wit sharp enough to draw blood. With terse and brilliant prose, Westworth delivers a plot that drags you along relentlessly.

“Loved it, unconditionally.”

The author of the Killing Sisters series, Frank Westworth, shares several characteristics with JJ Stoner: they both play mean blues guitar and ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Unlike Stoner, Frank hasn’t deliberately killed anyone. Instead, he edits RealClassic magazine and has written extensively for the UK motoring press.

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