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- Publisher: Pro Se Press (February 23, 2015)
- Publication Date: February 23, 2015
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- Language: English
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Freelancer: The Traveler Sanction (From the Pen of Bobby Nash Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Hopefully No Spoilers, but just saying...
Freelancer: The Traveler Sanction by Bobby Nash
When the US Secretary of Defense’s estranged daughter is kidnapped by terrorists who do not return her even after the ransom is paid, one of his staff suggests they call the Freelancer.
No one really knows who the Freelancer is, or what she really looks like. If you needed a name, she called herself Lance or Ms Lance. Her hair color and general looks often changed with each job. She was a master of disguise as well as a professional troubleshooter. When she was successful with her mission, you owed her a favor which she would collect at a time when she needed it most. Whatever she asked, you did if you owed her a favor.
The job now is hostage extraction. Along with the Secretary of Defense’s daughter, one of her friends has also been kidnapped. Tracking down the kidnappers is relatively easy. So is the escape, with the friend no longer alive and the Secretary of Defense’s daughter beaten and bruised.
It is what happens afterwards that no one is really prepared for…
Bobby Nash has given us an excellent introduction to a totally new Modern Pulp character. In the Freelancer, we have a heroine for hire who seems very prepared to face anything thrown at her. By this story she has already had a wealth of experience going back several years. A good number of people, some of them highly placed owe her favors that they are anxious to pay off. Perhaps she requires funding, transportation, access—she has someone who can give her whatever she needs. They owe the Freelancer a favor!
In this introductory tale, just how far those favors can take Ms Lance made extremely clear.
I give Bobby Nash a full five out of five stars! This amazing new character has made for an excellent read, and I look forward to more of the adventures of the Freelancer!
Quoth the Raven…