His Revenge by John W. Howell #bookreviews #thrillers @HowellWave

Teri Polen is one of the members of Rosie’s Book Review Team and a terrific person. She has given His Revenge a thoughtful, positive, and honest review and I am most appreciative given her reading workload. Check out her website for all things bookish. Thanks again, Teri

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America loves John Cannon, its newest hero, and the President wants to present him with the highest civilian medal 27257202for bravery for saving the Annapolis midshipman from a terrorist plot to destroy them. While in Washington for the award ceremony, John unwillingly becomes an accomplice in another plan by the same group to attack the credibility of the US President and the stability of the worldwide oil market. There is no way out as John either becomes a traitor to America or causes thousands of innocent people to die if he refuses.

The second John J Cannon Thriller moves from a barrier Island off the coast of Texas to Washington DC, then to Northern California, and finally to Ecuador. John is on the receiving end of an offer he cannot, refuse. His avowed enemy Matt Jacobs now wants John to help him shake the reputation of the US in the…

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  1. Congratulations John! I’m delighted to see His Revenge getting this attention. Mega hugs!

  2. This sounds terrific. I better get TO it! 🙂

    1. You have the next one Our Justice.

  3. Your book series sounds great! I’m happy it’s receiving such good reviews.

    1. Thank you so much, Linda.

  4. Note to self: embed crucial plot details in food/shower scenes, to confound reviewers who skip sections they think are irrelevant.

    Sounds as if she liked it though, congrats.

    1. She did. I have this obsession with every day life of my characters. (food, drink, showers) I admit it.

      1. Well, I have to say, if I was a fictional character and my creator forgot to feed me, I’d be pretty annoyed.

      2. Ha ha ha. I overdo it sometimes. Need to work on that aspect. Unfortunately John Cannon tends to goad me into it.

      3. That reminds me, I must feed Hannah…

      4. There you go. It has been days.

      5. In fact it hasn’t. She went to the auction on Friday evening and it’s only Saturday morning.

      6. Oh. Seemed longer.

      7. Not sure if that’s a good or bad thing, but that is all its been.

      8. When you write installments a week a part the time line is hard for the reader to keep in mind.

      9. That’s ok, it’s only a bit of fun anyway, I’m sure it would be a lot less wordy if it was done properly.
        It’s interesting though, it does seem longer, it’s possibly the backstory bits and extraneous plot exposition (which probably isn’t an actual thing, but it sounds good).

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