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    Contract killers and hot superfreaky flight attendants?

    It’s a simple job for former black ops operative turned private contractor Victor Rose: Collect a package and deliver it to Gatwick airport. Easy and clean, unlike some of the other ‘wet work’ assignments he’s carried out in the past.

    It’s only when Victor boards his flight home that he suspects the job may not have been as easy or clean as he thought, and he is faced with a horrifying situation unlike anything he has experienced before.



    My second release, a short horror story entitled Afterburn, is now available for the Kindle on Amazon.

    Afterburn eBook: Dave Watson: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

    http://www.amazon.com/Afterburn-eboo...afterburn+dave
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    Congrats, Dave. Good stuff.

    If I may make a suggestion: Give us a longer preview on Amazon's 'Look Inside' feature. In my opinion, there isn't enough there to hook potential readers.

    Again, congrats.
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    Hey Sam,

    I thought that as well when I was looking at the preview, but I can't seem to find any option that lets you extend the "look inside" feature. Any idea how this is done?
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    Sounds cool, and it has my interest. I'll put this on my list.

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    I'm not sure what you can do. I had this problem too and haven't been able to solve it. The strange thing is I have a foreword and yet the excerpt of my story is about the same as yours.

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