Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men With Guns

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Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men With Guns

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  • Title: Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men With Guns
  • Author: Gayle Ramage
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 266
  • Format: ebook
  • 1979, London Darcy, a bored australian journalist, goes outside for a smoke and bears witness to something that will change her life forever Featuring cigarettes, mentions of a 70s glam rocker and a very strange offer This is a short story prequel to a future book, A Head for Assassination , a fantasy story involving time travelling assassins and decapitated talking1979, London Darcy, a bored australian journalist, goes outside for a smoke and bears witness to something that will change her life forever Featuring cigarettes, mentions of a 70s glam rocker and a very strange offer This is a short story prequel to a future book, A Head for Assassination , a fantasy story involving time travelling assassins and decapitated talking heads.

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    One thought on “Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men With Guns

    1. Michael Gardner on said:

      This is a very entertaining read, more like the first chapter of a much bigger book than a self-contained story. After all, if you have a character who has just been offered the chance to step through the looking glass, we wanna come along for that ride, especially if it includes the deliciously complicated mechanism of time travel. Gayle Ramage has a witty, easy-to-read style, which makes the prose skip along at a lively pace. I’d rate it much higher if there was more of Darcy's story include [...]

    2. Tej on said:

      Thoroughly enjoyable, very witty so fard what!?! The end? 12 pages!?!Oh man.Cruel, I tellya. Just plain damn cruel. Ok, what a very clever author, got us right where she wants us, bloody addicted and craving for more. The author has a wonderfully playful prose and a rather naughty sense of humour without explicitness. An absolutely engaging protagonist, attractive Aussie office worker girl working in London leading a mundane life, tiring of her male colleagues advances, and past mistakes of slee [...]

    3. Glynn James on said:

      A wicked short story and prequel to a first novel that I'm really looking forward to reading. Both chilling and scifi at the same time.This (being a short story) gives us a glimpse of the kind of unique and quirky stories that I think Gayle is going to write.I'm very much looking forward to what is coming next!

    4. T.K. Toppin on said:

      This prequel #1 was such a fun little read. I couldn't stop grinning from the witty and typical British humour. It's like Bridgette Jones meets assassins. Cannot wait to finish the sequel to this prequel: Shoemaker's Son.

    5. Georgeanna on said:

      Wow. I thought it would be good, but I didn't think it would be this good! Where ever Darcy ends up, it's got to be better than that crappy office surrounded by buffoons. It was very good, very short, and certainly leaves you wanting more. Since it's described as a 'prequel to the 1st in a series', I am completely, 100%, on the edge of my seat waiting for the 1st novel to come out. Gayle Ramage is definitely an author to watch.

    6. Chantal Halpin on said:

      Well if that title doesn't make you want to read this little shortie - I don't know what will!Free on Smashwords, Cigs, Bolan and Strange Men with Guns is an appetiser to A Head For Assasination by upcoming writer Gayle Ramage. It combines time travelling with dark humour. One to watch :)

    7. Jacky Dahlhaus on said:

      An okay storyThis story would have gotten five stars if it was a bit longer and the editing done better. I like Ms Ramage's way of writing, though, and I hope her following books are of better quality (editing wise) which will make them a nice read.

    8. Cary Caffrey on said:

      Awesome and tasty treat. I'm really looking forward to the next in this series (already in my collection).

    9. John on said:

      If this is just a sample of things to come, I can't wait to read the full-length book.

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