October 5, 2020

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BEFORE HE BECAME LINCHPIN’S ‘NUMERO UNO,’ Seven’s role at Linchpin was altogether different. Readers are dying to know more about the ‘gang of three’ that leads Linchpin. This exciting new series features a standalone book featuring the backstory of each of Linchpin’s three principals. The first of the three – Hijacking Hellfire focuses on Seven

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September 26, 2020

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How many characters are too many? How many are not enough? When you’re building your world in your fiction, it’s a fine line to create enough so that your readers are satisfied, but not so many that they go, “Now, who is this?” The simplest way to populate the world in your story is to

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September 21, 2020

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Serving your country while working for an “off-the-books” organization created to operate surreptitiously can be a thankless job. You have to undergo an extended period of training competing for spots against some of the best of the best. Training is especially difficult when the training agent in charge (Grady Eckles) takes an instant disliking to

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September 15, 2020

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In the third book of the Flint Stryker thriller series – Hell’s Handmaiden, readers are introduced to another character at Linchpin – Earl Porterhouse, known affectionately as Cinder. And in him, Flint has discovered a drinking buddy who gives him a run for his money. Some might think that Cinder refers to the density of

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September 3, 2020

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In Arctic Ambush, Followers of Flint are introduced to another young Linchpin operative who is in the same training class as Flint. Cho-Soon Jeong (CJ) and Flint become fast friends (and quite possibly more) in short order. Together, the two of them push each other to survive training and hopefully excel to become full-fledged Linchpin

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