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The Devil Orders Takeout Paperback – April 22, 2017
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..".an intense and intriguing tale...set in a world of gangsters, sports enthusiasts, gamblers, and a father who's willing to sell his soul to save his only son, it will keep you riveted from the very first page." Pepper O'Neal, author of the award-winning Black Ops Chronicles series.
"Brier likes to mess with your head and, bless his twisted little heart, he's darn good at it. Anybody who says they know where this book is going even twenty pages from the end is either lying or deserves his own psychic hot line." Dr. Bruce Kautz
The Devil Orders Takeout will have readers on the edge of their seats as they race towards the surprising yet satisfying end… great character development. First-rate plotting keeps Brier’s tale full of suspense…
—RT Book Reviews 4.5 Top Pick
In The Devil Orders Takeout by Bill A. Brier, Grayson Bolt’s wife and son are killed in a mysterious automobile accident, which Grayson is sure was not an accident at all, but murder.
To protect his only remaining son, Grayson makes a deal with a mob kingpin and turns the boy into a golf prodigy, hoping to make him too valuable to kill. Becoming obsessed, Grayson runs the risk of ruining not only his own life but his son’s as well.
Filled with well-developed, realistic, and engaging characters, the story will catch and hold your interest from beginning to end.
The Devil Orders Takeout is the story of a good man who makes a number of bad choices, resulting in tragic consequences. Grayson Bolt is a well-known tax attorney, a devoted husband and father, and an avid golfer.
When his wife and oldest son are killed in an automobile collision, Grayson goes to extreme measures to protect his youngest and only remaining son from a similar fate.
Convinced that his wife and child were murdered, Grayson works tirelessly to turn his younger son into a golf pro, hopefully making him too important, well-known, and valuable to kill. This goal becomes an obsession that has tragic consequences on both Grayson’s life and his son’s.
The Devil Orders Takeout is a tale of greed, corruption, and revenge—a chilling, thought-provoking story that will have you turning pages as fast as you can.
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I give Brier five stars for the same reasons someone else tagged him with two. Yes, the book is similar to riding a roller coaster. Yes, you will not know who will win in each chapter. Yes, the book’s crammed full of twists and turns. And yes, there are good and bad guys, all of which are incredibly entertaining. Anyone starting this book will definitely read on to the surprising—and greatly satisfying—end.
I just pre-ordered Brier's second book, and if it's half as good as the first, I won't be disappointed.
This superbly written story starts with a tax lawyer who gets in trouble with a gangster. The author shows us early on just how awful the gangster is, and when he threatens the lawyer’s son and the son’s girlfriend (who’s got brains galore), the story turns into a nail-biting adventure that keeps going until the last page. And with a twist I could never have imagined.
I enjoyed the thriller aspect of the novel, loved the romance, and pondered the literary realm of Grayson's world. Though I understood some of his rationale, I despised the kind of father he was. And yet he wriggled his way into my heart so that I felt sorrow for him, sorrow that he was so blind for too long, and a worse kind of blindness than that which afflicted his son. It’s a good read, and I’d recommend it to anyone.