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David L. Robbins currently teaches advanced creative writing at VCU Honors College. His exceptional talent is displayed through ten action-packed novels, including the classic War of the Rats, Broken Jewel, The Betrayal Game, The Assassins Gallery, and Scorched Earth. An award-winning essayist and screenwriter, Robbins founded the James River Writers, an organization dedicated to supporting professional and aspiring writers. He also co- founded the Podium Foundation, which encourages artistic expression in Richmond’s high schools. Robbins extends his creative scope beyond fiction as an accomplished guitarist and student of jazz, pop, and Latin classical music. When he’s not writing, he’s often found sailing, shooting, weightlifting, and traveling the world. He lives in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia.Visit the author at www.authordavidlrobbins.com
The book was fun to read. If you don't read the post credits you are missing important information on who the characters represent. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kindle Customer
LOCKED IN RIGHT AT THE START. KEPT MY ATTENTION through out the novel. Love these kind of gripping stories.
Make for a great read.
This book is a factual story of a great small elite force of daring young men who in a couple of years receive training that makes them the best CSAR medics in the world..... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dave Payne
Loved this book. If you like this type of action reading, I highly recommend this.Published 7 days ago by Texas Nana
I didn't want to put the book down. It kept me guessing and rooting for the good guys. Exciting and unexpected ending... a good thriller.Published 9 days ago by Robert Alvin Smith
what a great book! I stayed engrossed all the way through it could not wait to see what happens next. I. could picture in my mind all that was happening.Published 10 days ago by Bernard Schug