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Terrorists and mercenary killers plot to change the balance of world power. Can Danny Pearson stop them or will this be his downfall....

Since leaving the SAS, Danny Pearson passes time doing freelance security jobs. Still mourning the loss of his wife and son, Danny’s just trying to live the quiet life getting by day by day.

When his best friend, Scott, is asked for help from an old work colleague, Danny and Scott investigate. What they find leads them into a dangerous world of terrorists, mercenary killers, and a plot to change the balance of world power. Will Danny live long enough to stop a global disaster....

Execution of Faith is the second in the Danny Pearson Thriller Series. If you like sharp humour and fast-paced action and adventure, then you’ll love Stephen Taylor’s rollercoaster action thrillers.

©2018 Stephen Taylor (P)2021 Stephen Taylor

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An Ordinary Bloke Doing Extraordinary Things

What’s so great about Danny Pearson is he’s just an ordinary bloke. The trope of the diamond-cut, larger-than-life, square-jawed action hero, who charms every attractive woman out of her knickers with a wink, has worn thin after so many imitations of James Bond. By contrast, Danny’s new and fresh: a bit of a cockney lad who’s relatable and likeable.

This is a standalone series (read in any order) of action-packed, all-guns-blazing, page-turners. The writing style suits the genre perfectly: clean and not overwritten, which is just what you want from this type of story, so the pages just turn themselves and quickly.

I read a lot of literary fiction and complex psychological thrillers and between those, I crave something that’s pure entertainment. As the author says in his bio: a supercharged, action-packed rollercoaster of a ride that doesn’t take itself too seriously. 

Great fun!

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The book started slow as most do I suppose but if you carry on the story line builds with many twists great story and ending

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Taylor smashes it out the park!

I'm loving these audiobooks. Danny Pearson is a proper hero. Think Lock Stock with more guns!

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  • 05-05-21

Quickly becoming a fan of Danny Pearson

This story takes place a few years after Vodka & Jellied Eels -- and it really ups the ante for Danny and MI6 . . .

I won't give away anything, but just to warn you, the gore factor is high in this one.

One little thing that I also need to mention, while Lee Beddow's UK accents are very good, and he really helps bring the story to life, his NY accents are ... not quite up to par. They don't detract from the overall story, but they are hilarious, when you consider he's trying to talk like a NY cop. Other than that, his narration is awesome.

Well worth your time to listen to this one --