Devil's Due

Devil s Due Thomas Caine is a dangerous man A former CIA assassin he was burned betrayed and left for dead Now he struggles to stay off the grid and hides from his dark past in the seedy underworld of Pattay

  • Title: Devil's Due
  • Author: Andrew Warren
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  • Page: 123
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Devil's Due

    Thomas Caine is a dangerous man.A former CIA assassin, he was burned, betrayed, and left for dead Now, he struggles to stay off the grid, and hides from his dark past in the seedy underworld of Pattaya, Thailand But when human traffickers detonate a bomb in a crowded Thai market, it sets off a chain reaction that drags Caine out of the shadows.This new syndicate has takeThomas Caine is a dangerous man.A former CIA assassin, he was burned, betrayed, and left for dead Now, he struggles to stay off the grid, and hides from his dark past in the seedy underworld of Pattaya, Thailand But when human traffickers detonate a bomb in a crowded Thai market, it sets off a chain reaction that drags Caine out of the shadows.This new syndicate has taken the one person Caine has sworn to protect, and the vengeful former assassin will wage a bloody one man war to get her back Soon, he finds himself taking on the Russian mafia, and an insane criminal warlord who believes he is the devil himself Can Caine use his deadly skills to defeat these new enemies, and help an honest cop save a group of kidnapped girls before the clock runs out Find out in this explosive introduction to the Thomas Caine thriller series.

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    1. Glen

      Caine is a CIA assassin lying low in Thailand, when a bar girl friend of his is kindapped.This brings him into violent conflict with the Thai underground and the Russian Mafiya, and a guy known as The Devil.Fast moving and entertaining.

    2. Annika

      Interesting start to a new series. We have a lot (a lot) of action and intrigue, all framed with the gritty shadows from Thailand's underworld. There's a lot left to explore in this world, and I have a feeling that there will be a few more explosions waiting around the corner, not far from the next book.

    3. Samuel

      GIVE THE DEVIL HIS DUE. “Man, fears death and yet, at the same time, man is drawn to death. Death is endlessly consumed by man in cities and in literature. It is a singular event in one's life that none may reverse”.– Osamu Dazai. “Talk to a priest, die a thousand deaths”. – Thai Proverb. “To defeat others is the starting point of hatred and vengeance”. – Slogan on one of the 52 Wat Prah Singh signs. Let me make one thing clear, I am not a fan of most contemporary crime thrille [...]

    4. Keith**BookReviewing24/7**

      Devil's Due is a fast paced novella at a 120 pages, the author has packed quite a story for ex government assassin Thomas Caine as he tries to rescue his friend who works as a bar girl she's been kidnapped by people traffickers.I won't go into it, just suffice to say that this is a cracking intro to the character, I'll definitely be reading the first full length novel 'Tokyo Black'.I totally recommend this for thriller fans.

    5. Todd Simpson

      Simply Superb. I was quite surprised and thrilled at how much that Andrew Warren has packed into this attention grabbing 134 page story. Thomas Caine fits perfectly into the tough guy mould, with plenty of experience and background to back it up. He will definitely be a character that I will enjoy following. This is a clever story, with a great balance between a well thought out plot, and some great action scenes. Thomas Caine is quite happy keeping to himself, and living a relatively quiet life [...]

    6. Gayatri Somaiya

      In this exciting prequel to Tokyo Black, Thomas Caine struggles to keep a low profile in Pattaya, Thailand. But when human traffickers start an explosive war with the Thai police, Caine finds himself caught in the crossfire. A girl he has sworn to protect has been kidnapped by this shadowy syndicate, and Caine is forced to wage a bloody one man war to get her back. Soon, the former assassin finds himself taking on the Russian mafia, and an insane criminal warlord who believes that he is the devi [...]

    7. Tony Parsons

      Pattaya, Thailand. Sarah & Guenther (Sarah’s lover) were shopping around the downtown fish/food market trying to decided what to eat.Eugene Lee (owner) Taiwan factory made counterfeit Rolex watches. Police Chief Battang (Royal P/D) already got his cut of another illegal operation.Detective Satra Watana (Royal P/D) informed Thomas Caine (aka Mark Waters, ex- CIA) that several of Thai Angels girls had been missing for many yrs. & would he help investigate their disappearance. Soi Six was [...]

    8. Dan

      When there is a good formula use it! Warren uses the tried and true drama/thriller formula to tell his story. Like a great chief he adds a pinch of his own ingredients as well. This is a story where THINK you can see what's coming but like a good story teller he tricks and even makes you mad a couple of times in his short undertaking throwing the change up on the second pitch.If you lie ACTION and FAST pace and could care less what shade of color or even the species of the flower the main guy wa [...]

    9. Emily Ross

      I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.This book is pretty fast paced and attention grabbing. Good story line and good writing, it was a good novel.The narrator was good, and keeps your attention, especially when a woman speaks and it changes narrator.

    10. Aiden Bailey

      With the plethora of indie authors self-publishing these days, the challenge is discovering the good amongst the bad, and there is a lot of bad. Even when an indie author is a great writer and produces engaging stories, talent is not enough, so the smart indies are devoting a significant amount of time and money in marketing their books. And so they should, each year the Indie self-publishing market is showing the world more and more that the real innovation in new writing is to be found here. T [...]

    11. Brian's Book Blog

      You Save Your Friends At Any CostI had a hard time getting into the first Thomas Caine Thriller and I’m not 100% sure what caused it. Warren knows how to write a thriller and shows it in Devil’s Due. This prequel novella is fast-paced and full of action. Caine doesn’t have a lot of time to save the life of his friend and he dives in head first trying to do everything he can (and recalling his “old life” in the process).I can see now how this leads a little into the first novel in the s [...]

    12. Kronos

      Thomas Caine is a dark enigma and an exotic new character to the spy fiction game. Andrew Warren has blended the best of Fleming and Ludlum in this contemporary action-packed blockbuster thriller that's not just entertaining but also thought-provoking. Set in the run-down locales of Pattaya to the jungles in the Thai-Burmese border, this book speeds forward like a hollow-point bullet. Caine is a burned and betrayed CIA paramilitary operator who in this book is barely surviving by running a smugg [...]

    13. Dallas Gorham

      A violent story about a violent rescue of an innocent kidnap victimThomas Caine is a flawed hero whose heart is in the right place. Devil's Due paints a vivid portrait of the backstreets and alleys of Thailand that tourists never see. When an innocent Thai woman is kidnapped by human traffickers, Caine follows the twisting trail to the jungles of northern Thailand to attempt to rescue her and the other women before they are stuffed in a shipping container and transported to Russia. Caine fights [...]

    14. Debbie

      Thai's AngelsGirls from a website, Thai's Angels, are being targeted and abducted by a group in Thailand. A young police officer ask Caine for his help in finding them but is turned down. Caine doesn't get involved until a bar girl he befriended is one of the girls taken. Good stuff!

    15. T.

      I downloaded Devil's Due as a free book from . Dark, intense, and violent, this short story was a good window on the series character, Caine, and his background and motivations. Thomas Caine was so much developed by the author -- he was created by events. A nice, unique book. I enjoyed the read.

    16. Mandy Walkden-Brown

      Three and a half stars Unique in neither premise nor character but pretty well done. Interesting characters, fast paced and enough action to keep the pages rapidly turning. Caine's tradecraft and common sense seemed a bit lacking at times, which irritated, but enjoyed it enough that I'll be reading more from this author; have further books lined up ready to open.

    17. Jon Haar

      Good, quick readThis is a pretty good read and I will likely pick up the next two Thomas Caine books. I look forward to more character development of Thomas Caine and his back story.

    18. Roger

      Devil’s Due (Thomas Caine Thrillers Book .5) is my second read from author Andrew Warren. Think Robert Ludlum/Jason Bourne. I very much enjoyed this well-written book and will read more from this author.

    19. Kevin

      3.5*Not quite making the 4* mark due to a couple of spelling and grammatical errors that made understanding what the author wanted.I also think that the backstory could be used more.I think the start of this series could be in the same bracket of Lee Child.

    20. Derek Stevens

      Great storyGreat fast paced story. Couldn't stop reading once I started. I will definitely continue to follow this series and author.

    21. Elaine Schermer

      Good easy readGood story. Enjoyed the pace. Is he a good guy or bad guy? Maybe a bad guy trying to do good.

    22. Martin Pingree

      This was a very good read. Great cast of characters with a good story line takes you to an ex assassin takes on local gang to save kidnapped girls. Lots of action, great fun.

    23. Bob Willett

      Great read Fast paced. Interesting. Keeps you guessing. I was in Thialand ans the descriptions are accurate. Great plot and just enough action.

    24. Panagiotis Valsamidis

      Good writing, although it felt a little too mainstream and follows in the footsteps of its predecessors. I was not surprised, but then again, it is only the beginning

    25. David Berkley

      Not sure!Ok, book . Nothing real exciting for different from any other book like this. Not sure I would read another in the series

    26. ray steele

      SpellbindingWhen I can read a book in two sittings it has to be fast paced and we'll written. This was easy to follow but hard to put down. An excellent thriller.

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