You'll read this Debut Genre Defying Epic more than once! 57 Four and Five Star Reviews and Ratings for the Trilogy on Amazon and Goodreads! Love to Justice - Book Three in The Absence of Pity Trilogy Thursday 10th September 1942 - Bletchley ParkArchie Travers ends his private war and concentrates on the World War. His wounds render him unfit for active service, but he jo You'll read this Debut Genre Defying Epic more than once! 57 Four and Five Star Reviews and Ratings for the Trilogy on Amazon and Goodreads!Love to Justice - Book Three in The Absence of Pity Trilogy Thursday 10th September 1942 - Bletchley ParkArchie Travers ends his private war and concentrates on the World War. His wounds render him unfit for active service, but he joins General Dwight Eisenhower’s staff as British Liaison Officer despite the objections and disapproval of others. He and his Chosen Men assist General Patton’s landings in North Africa, and his influence grows as his ability becomes clearer. He continues to make enemies at home and overseas. Some are familiar, but some are unexpected. Not all those who would frustrate him are incompetent, some are ruthless spies. After the success of D-day, events cause him to lose all purpose, but fate has more in store for him and throws him into new battles with the oldest of foes, settling the oldest of scores. Have his dreams and nightmares come to reality? The line between enemy and friend is blurred. Secrets, truths and lies threaten to overwhelm him. The boxes in his mind open and multiply but will he arrange and join them to solve his puzzles or will they simply become a maze to finally trap him? Will he ever become who he can be? Reader comments on the Trilogy‘This trilogy is one of the very best reads I've experienced in a long, long time.’‘Got my love of reading back! Thank you!!!’‘Thank you for such an engaging and well researched trilogy,’'Very rarely do I read one book after another in a series, but this series has me addicted... I have to say that when I first picked up G*** o* T****** I became hooked quite quickly. This trilogy had the same effect...'‘I'm not normally a World War 2 story fan but this is something else.’Warning! For the most Broad-Minded of Adults only. A truly uncompromising, shocking and authentic story of young men and women coming of age in conflict. The Novels feature fictional characters interacting with real historical figures and events. It is a daring story of human conflict. The Trilogy explores the boundary between the best and worst of human nature and the reality of war. It, therefore, features prolonged, graphic and detailed accounts of violence, murder, torture, genocide, strong language and scenes of an intense sexual nature. It also features truly undying love, tenderness, camaraderie, friendship and ultimate self-sacrifice. The characters express views that may be frowned upon by the politically correct. Read the whole Trilogy and make your own judgement.Genre Defying Love to Justice is the third novel in The Absence of Pity Trilogy. Books One and Two have also been released simultaneously. The story refuses to conform to a particular genre and defies any brief synopsis. Set during War, it can be read as a conventional coming of age action adventure thriller but is also erotic and has elements of mystery, intrigue, espionage, vigilante justice and a hint of science fiction. For those who seek it, there is also depth. Hidden meaning abounds, and you'll find no heroes here, only the dead and the survivors. A blend of blatant and subtle, the books are easy to read but sometimes difficult to digest. No matter what age you are. You'll be excited and appalled. You'll laugh and cry. You'll be shocked and surprised. You'll question your own morality. You'll remember what's been forgotten or discover what's been hidden from you.A quarter of a million words and not one is wasted. Well, you might find the odd one here and there. However, if there is a description, it’s brief, functional and relevant. The Trilogy is written to be read in order and in UK English. Buy and read Love to Justice today. ...
|Title||:||Love to Justice (The Absence of Pity Trilogy Book 3)|
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|Number of Pages||:||305 Pages|
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Love to Justice (The Absence of Pity Trilogy Book 3) Reviews
There is nothing like the pleasure and satisfaction of turning the pages on a new book that you know is going to be absolutely amazing.A very talented author and I know I am going to enjoy every word.Review to follow.Update.As I write this review I am down to the last few pages in the book.I feel so very sad that I will have finished this story later tonight and it is without doubt been one of the best series of books that I have ever read.A truly talented author that has the rare ability to make the characters come to life on the page.Book three had a few surprises in store for me and I love the element of the unexpected in a tale.Would so love to see this story on the big screen to see if the characters where as I imagined when reading the book. Would make one hell of a film and I would definitely need a hand to hold when it got to the violent war scenes.Archie,Una and Rebecca shared an unbreakable bond even when death stares them in the face.A formidable trio for the enemy to face.Richard A McDonald is a truly talented author and I enjoyed every word of this remarkable book.Very highly recommended.
Another entertaining and intriguing read which cleverly ties up all the threads in the first two books but still leaves enough going on to ensure that I read it twice. I like the direct form of writing which leaves out excess descriptive passages often skimmed over in other author's work and enjoyed following the likeable and believable characters to a conclusion....but one which only leads to further intrigue and leaves a wide scope for the story line of the next trilogy (?).
Having problems deleting this edition so I have marked it as read.I am reading the paperback edition not the Kindle and it is totally amazing.Really talented author who is now on my favourites list.Review to follow when I have finished reading the paperback edition.If you haven't read books by Richard A McDonald you really are missing out.Simply awesome.