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Mark for Blood

Mason Dixon Thrillers, Book 1
Narrated by: Harmon Gamble
Series: Mason Dixon Thrillers, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 50 mins
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All Mason Dixon wants is to mix classy drinks for classy people... Mason owns a bar, and he's not getting any younger. He wants nothing more than to retire in peace, fishing and drinking with the locals. But his past as an assassin is catching up with him. Mason moonlights as an assassin, taking jobs to remove "marks" from the playing field. It pays well, and he's good at it. So when he makes a mistake, things quickly get out of hand and he finds himself racing against the clock to save a life he inadvertently put into danger.

©2017 Nick Thacker (P)2017 Turtleshell Press, Nick Thacker

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  • Carolyn D. Hardin
  • 29-01-18

Mason Dixon What a Waste

This book was poorly written. The reader was not engaging but he did not have much to work with. The character came across as a dumb jock but not evens jock. There were pieces of the book that did not make sense.

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  • Robin
  • 15-01-18

Adequate story

It's ok...tries to have Joe Ledger bks attitude, Some of John Rain bks reasoning & expounds on his liquor knowledge, Gray man standards/skills...and a little of old tv show Equalizer mentality....Seemed like a jumble, the places where he went on &on were ones that often didn't need it, &where u really wanted more info or background or something there was nothing. lf I had a do over for this credit, I wouldn't. Narrator was fine but could use lessons from Ray Porter.

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