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"'The Kill' is a fast-paced action thriller with a unique lead character. Overall, I found the writing, including narrative and dialog, to be crisp. It's well-written and keeps the reader on the edge of the seat, turning pages." -Editor, Robb Grindstaff

"I cannot believe how good this was. The writing is sound. The story is fantastic. I actually see this novel as a movie. This is one of his best to date." -Author Laura Roberts

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  • File Size: 621 KB
  • Print Length: 338 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Imagine Press Inc. (January 12, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0070AE5KE
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,900 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Meet Jonas Saul, an international bestselling thriller/horror author.

"I have read a lot of Koontz, Patterson, Connelly, Coben ... they were starting to blend together ... in my opinion, Jonas Saul is my favorite author out there." -Reviewer

Jonas Saul's published novels include:

The Sarah Roberts Series:
1. Dark Visions
2. The Warning
3. The Crypt
4. The Hostage (*Featuring Drake Bellamy from The Threat)
5. The Victim (*Featuring Aaron Stevens from The Specter)
6. The Enigma
7. The Vigilante
8. The Rogue (*Featuring Darwin and Rosina Kostas from The Mafia Trilogy in a cameo appearance)
9. Killing Sarah
10. The Antagonist
11. The Redeemed
12. The Haunted
13. The Unlucky
14. The Abandoned
15. The Cartel
16. Losing Sarah (Coming Soon)

The Mafia Trilogy (Starring Darwin and Rosina Kostas)
1. The Kill
2. The Blade
3. The Scythe

Standalone Novels
1. The Threat (Starring Drake Bellamy)
2. The Specter (Starring Aaron Stevens)
3. A Murder in Time (Starring Marcus Johnson)

Short Stories
1. The Burning
2. The Numbers Game
3. Trapped
4. Twisted Fate (Tales of Horror)

3-Pack Compilations
Sarah Roberts Series Vol. 1-3
Sarah Roberts Series Vol. 4-6
Sarah Roberts Series Vol. 7-9
Sarah Roberts Series Vol. 10-12
Sarah Roberts Series Vol. 13-15
The Mafia Trilogy
The Jonas Saul Thriller Trilogy (The Threat, The Specter, A Murder in Time)

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Twitter: @jonassaul
Email: jonassaul@icloud.com

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By jon dixon on February 9, 2012
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I just recently started reading books by Jonas Saul. Boy was I missing out. I started with the Sarah Robert series and moved on to everything else that Jonas has witten. I was lucky enough to receive a free copy of THE KILL from Jonas. After two days of reading I am done. Disappointed only by the fact that I reached the end. Constant action and suspense. As with the other series that Jonas has written it kept me attached the entire time. I would recommend this and any other books that Jonas publishes. Even though I received a free copy of this book for review, I also purchased it online from Amazon. If you have not read this author before START. You don't know what you are missing.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Flower of the Desert on August 19, 2012
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This novel has a lot of potential. The idea of a man with devastating phobias rising up to fight the mob is an exciting idea. However, the author handles it poorly.

The novel begins with the death of the heir apparent of a mob family. This death is caused by the hero of the novel, Darwin, although the reader does not know this yet. The problem is, Darwin has so many phobias that reasonably he should not have been anywhere near the massacre that Vincenzo Fuccini has just survived. Darwin is afraid of the dark and it is dark outside. The author suggests that Darwin braved the dark to attend a group therapy session he thought was going on in an abandoned airplane hangar outside of Toronto. Okay, reasonable enough. However, why would a therapy session be held in such a remote area? And didn't Darwin see the burning vehicles, the dead bodies, and the other evidence of the massacre before he got close enough to kill Vincenzo? Didn't he hear gunshots? Who in their right mind would drive toward gunshots? Especially when a bullet has just gone through his windshield. I'm sorry, but I am sure even a frightened man can tell the difference between a bullet in his windshield and a pebble. And who would stop once reaching this massacre, especially after just running down an armed man? Especially a man with phobias.

As the novel continues, the reader meets Darwin's new wife, Rosina. Rosina is a beautiful, simple city girl. Rosina believes her new husband to be a quiet, mild-mannered writer. Rosina supposedly does not know the mob is after her new husband until she boards a plane for Greece and reads in a letter that her man is sending her to Greece alone to protect her. There does not appear to be further explanation. So what does she do?
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2012
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I am a HUGE Jonas Saul fan, I have read every book.. I don't have to see what the book will be about, I already know it will be good. This book was on the go from the first page. Jonas keeps you on the edge of your seat woundering what is going to happen next. I look forward to his next book... 5++ Stars!!!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Allen s on July 8, 2012
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I like to see what others think.
Most liked this book. I found it amusing, but unbelievable.
The hero (who in real life is an author) suddenly takes on the mob and kills all the hit men. How? He has a phobia that sends him into a rage.
Sorry, after he bumps off about 5 hit men, I ran out of disbelief.
Even the FBI is in on it, and he gets them too.

Now, the good part: It was free, and it was a one day read.
Not enough for a glowing review.

Please authors, I'm dying for a great read. I hate writing bad reviews.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Hess on February 26, 2012
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I recently discovered Jonas Saul and am now up-to-date on all of his books! I love suspense, adventures, surprises and thrillers, and this book meets all of those criterion. An innocent wrong turn ends up involving the mob and a nightmare of a honeymoon. It is hard to put this book down. If you haven't read the rest of Mr. Saul's books, do it now. You won't be disappointed! As an aside, Mr. Saul not only writes well, he is super to his fans!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By xfivestridesx on January 26, 2012
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I very much loved this wonderful book. I bouught and read every single book Jonas wrote. I don't even have to look to see what its about because I already know I'm going to love it. Its perfect! ''''' all the way¡!¡! Its a little bit like his other books like the threat, its the same story line almost but with different people, but not in a bad way. Trust me you'll love this book as much as I did.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JWChitown on April 13, 2012
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I started reading Jonas Saul's Sarah Roberts series and quickly became a fan. With his creation of Darwin, a simple guy who got into things way over his head, he has another great character that I was rooting for. Along with the non-stop action of Darwin against the Mafia, there is humor here and there and something to give rise to a smile. Through adversity we see Darwin's simple thoughts on something as mediocre as Starbucks. I look forward to reading another Jonas Saul book and perhaps find Darwin in one of those..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard Bradley on November 17, 2013
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I am an American and think of my Canadian neighbors as among the most fair, send nicest people on the planet. This book acknowledges that.
Okay so you have an Italian mob out of Toronto. A normal (well close anyway) young Canadian writer accidentally runs over and kills the Son's dirt bag of a son. What follows is mafia revenge/blood feud. Nothing unusual there. Young Canadian destroys mafia family. Wait! What? Canadian! How? The answer is what makes this book. Paul's answer its the author's strength. I thought some of the mafia violence was over the top. This is part of a trilogy which I intend to read, in fact already have begun #2.
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