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200 Steps Down

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Author: Morris Kenyon

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When his crime boss in Odessa, Ukraine, decides to up his game by getting people involved in trafficking, Nicolae Caramarin must make a choice. Should he turn a blind eye to the horrors he witnesses and carry on being a good soldier for the gang; or take his stand and bring them all down in the only way he knows how? WARNING! This book contains scenes of a sexual nature, graphic violence, strong language and drug abuse. It is not intended for the easily offended or persons under eighteen years. You have been warned, so if you read on, don't blame me.

Milan

Exciting and smart turnovers. Interesting book to read.


tsheffie

A very interesting and enjoyable book. The title is very clever and the setting for the book is so good.


melody

I found this book to be an enjoyable read, full of action, sex and intrigue! It kept me on the edge of my bed.....I like to read at night before going to sleep......Only problem was I couldn't stop reading, so I didn't get enough sleep! I really enjoyed this book!


Selena Hodge

Very good story line and character development. There were a few awkward transitions but overall with a bit of polish, this could be very good novel. I look forward to reading the next book.


shane

Relaxing uncomplicated, casual read just what I needed after a stresfull week, thanks.


Bill Diaconescu

Good plot & good read. I don't know if Odessa is really like the city described in the book, but does that matter? We're fond of fiction, less of facts, and the book is not a documentary. After all, a paratrooper who's got no choice but to stand against some former Speznaz thugs is a good subject, and the reader doesn't mind that the morally better side sort of wins, or at least gets out of some trouble in one piece just to get into some other trouble we're looking forward to read about. This book is about survival in a world that's mass producing victims of all kinds. In this sense I find the book contemporary, close to the world we're living in.


Bill

Very good read. It will keep you on the edge of your seat. I hope to find more from this author.


alan_mitchell

Very fast-moving and an exciting read. I really enjoyed it!


Brenda S Roberts

Research material for the book--right on!! Excellent read! Author followed the plot--did not get side-tracked. Some of the reading was not smooth for me because I am an American and our language is slightly different. Prepositions and articles used differently. In addition, I might suggest not to use slangs that are prevalent in England, but not the setting of the book. For example, 'bloody hell' is an English slang--not a Ukraine one. Another reference to a 'civil war' referring I imagine to England's civil war? Otherwise, I was very absorbed in the timeline of events--engaged my attention throughout the book!!! I hope they make this into a movie--excellent topic of interest! Adventure, thriller, and romance!


Naima Bilal

the mood of the story is warm and the dialogues crisp and vivid. Calls the imagination of the reader to full horse power.All the best for your next projects Sir.


Gaurav

Excellent story .. awaiting the next in the series .. enjoyable read.


Mikita Clanton

It was a good easy going read. I didn't understand all the Russian words but it held a good story. Didn't particularly like the ending though.


seanymph

i really like the story and how it was told. Looking forward to the next one!


Marius Kemp

fast pacing, lots of action, enjoyable read.


James Jolliffe

Good story. Very fast, action-packed reading.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Morris Kenyon

Freedom fighter, international mercenary, jungle explorer, jewel thief, jet pilot, gigolo. I've done them all. In my dreams.

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