Title: Playing With Fire
Author: David Tienter
Length: 130 pages
Release Date: September 2014
Imprint: Enigma Press
SYNOPSIS: An older ex-special forces Marine is asked to find a lost hiker on the Appalachian Trail. He discovers evidence of a heinous murder and the hunt is on for the Monster who would commit such a terrible crime. The fast pace action races down the east coast to the Florida Keys and back to the Trail. Exciting and surprising, this is a story that is a must read. A hero for all, especially those over 50.
Playing with Fire is a fast-paced, intense tale about a killer who is committing chilling acts and the war hero on a quest to stop him.
Matt's life is lived on the open road, camping and fishing. He is spending what time he has left enjoying all life has to offer. However, when a friend's brother goes missing, Matt is the first to help. What he uncovers is more than he has bargained for. A veteran and ex-special forces, Matt has been in sticky situations before, but when he encounters a madman whose killing innocent people he fears his end could be near. Can Matt catch a killer before it's too late?
Playing with Fire is well written and rich with detail. The author does a wonderful job creating his main character, Matt. I found him to be an upstanding respectable guy, who is easily likable. I like his ingenious ways of defeating his foes, not matter who they may be. Playing with Fire is extremely captivating and I read the entire story in one afternoon.
I highly recommend picking up a copy. Available on Amazon.