- File Size: 581 KB
- Print Length: 181 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: BME (January 17, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 17, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00DWYZFCE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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More About the Author
He began to write in earnest in 2006 and has published eight novels, including the Nick Ryan mystery thriller series, including, The Potus Papers and the sequel, Eye of the Tiger.
His latest novel, Once We Were Friends, has been very well received. The story of two boyhood friends whose lives lead down different paths. One becomes a cop while the other lands on death row. It was the summer of 1959, and life could have been different for both of them.
His romance novels -A Second Chance and Love Letters have quickly been listed as bestsellers! A Second Chance is set on a beautiful Greek island paradise and asks the question - Is it possible to get - a second chance??
A Box of Chocolates (Jan 2014) is a book of heartfelt short stories which takes a new turn for the author and is already creating a buzz in literary circles.
Bryan's latest effort, Christmas in Vermont is the story of two lost souls who find each other in a small village in the mountains of Vermont. A wonderful story just in time for the holidays.
If you want to be notified when Bryan's new books are published or if you have any questions or comments for him you can email him at BryanMooneyAuthor@gmail.com
Top Customer Reviews
Mooney managed to write a novel that is not only enjoyable to read but educational. Eve teasing? What is that? Yes, I asked myself the same thing. Upon researching the term I was appalled at my findings. I feel like I have read a great book and also taken away knowledge at the same time which is not always the case. This story was so well-written and interesting that I cannot get it out of my head. I WOULD and I WILL recommend this book to all types of readers. This is not a book to pass by.
Recent accounts coming out of India reveals the truth contained in this book.
I certainly recommend reading.
The story is haunting: Dr. Indie Birwana travels to her home country of India for her father's funeral. While there, her beloved sister is brutally raped, like thousands of other women today in India. Unlike many of the others, this attack was so violent that it spurred an uprising in the country (I assume the uprising is fictional, even though the violence is not.) Indie is caught up in the aftermath of the violence, as is Javed Khan, a "bus cop," as they try to find justice for the victims.
The plot--though a little heavy-handed at times--is excellent, and this is definitely a page-turner. It gets a little graphic at times, but since women today are suffering such liberties and abuses, it seems totally appropriate. My only complaint was that sometimes there was just too much exposition and repetition, and a few quirks with the timeline.
The supporting characters in the book are fleshed-out quite well. Each has a unique and compelling personality with a lot of backstory.
Mooney's writing style really flows. Sentences are woven together well and paragraphs spring to life on the page. You really can get going on this book because the passages lend themselves to an in-depth read. You'll find yourself flipping through the pages, the words becoming images in your mind.
Overall I'd say this is a good book that you should check out!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As I read the book I couldn't help but think that it was inspired by a true news event that shook the world. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Snazzy
This book was so interesting that it was hard for me to put it down. it captivated my attention down to the very last page..Published on December 15, 2013 by DARLENE ROBILLARD
Bryan Mooney's Female Vigilante is not only a well written and powerful story but it also takes on a very real problem. Read morePublished on September 4, 2013 by George
Indie: A Female Vigilante, is a fast-paced, intriguing story. I most enjoyed the setting in India, and felt as if I were there with the main character. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by Aaron P. Lazar
The book kept me very interested to get to the end. It really made me think of how women can be treated in real life and understand how Indie took matters into her own hands, to... Read morePublished on August 25, 2013 by Jacq Sime
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