Hope and Glory, twin cities that share a bloody history in the heart of North America. After generations of conflict, the mysterious 10th Circle Project promises a new era of cooperation and peace; if it doesn't plunge them into the abyss of total war first.
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One small job -- the type where no one gets hurt and everyone gets paid. Except Jack knows that there's no such thing as a small job and his only chance of getting out of Hope alive are a killer with half a brain, a drug-addicted wheelman, and a crazed demolitions expert.
In McFadden's "Through the Mirror Darkly" there are plot turns and roller-coaster rides that contorts as reality and delusion become sides of the same coin.
Lin (from the Amazon.com review)
This was a great read, full of everything you want - action, adventure and even a bit of a scare. Will be looking out for books by the three authors and for other books from The Tenth Circle Saga.
by QuietNoise (from the Amazon.com review)
Explosions, murders, civilian casualties, femme fatales, double crosses, pyromaniacs, schizophrenics, psychopaths, outright bastards...and that's all just in the first story!
The stories in the first circle are short, violent, and end abruptly, a good metaphor for the lives of the people of Hope and Glory.
Take a little bit of Eric Lustbater, a dash of Lee Child, a cup of William Gibson, and a teaspoon of Steven King and what you end up with is the Tenth Circle Project, a fusion of about two dozen different genres set against a world on the precipice of tearing itself apart.
Brian D. Garside (from the Amazon.com review)