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Breaking a Sunbeam

3 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Geoff Hunter

Juel is a beautiful young woman but had a cruel and abusive childhood, spending many years in a psychiatric hospital where she suffered further deprivations. She is now an amoral killer, seeking to satisfy her own insatiable desires of greed and pleasure.  &nb … see full wiki

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Author: Geoff Hunter
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
3 reviews about Breaking a Sunbeam
review by . April 29, 2008
I want to thank the author for providing me with a reviewer copy all the way from the UK! I found this book a highly entertaining read that reminded me a lot of a combination of Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill. I was sorry when the book finally finished.    Jake and Kay are a couple on the way to see their friend Peter. They arrive at his store as some robbers that have just murdered Peter are leaving. The robbers then botch killing Jake and Kay in their attempt to leave no witnesses …
review by . April 19, 2008
I must say, this was a rather startling book. While the story is different, it plays to the same theme as the 1971 movie staring Dustin Hoffman, Straw Dogs. The question is; at just what point will an ordinary person, break, and do quite extraordinary acts in defense of himself or those he loves, even if the acts are against his basic nature? This scenario has always been fascinating to me and this work by Geoff Hunter certainly filled the bill.    Now reader please be warned. …
review by . April 05, 2008
Seems that I've been getting a number of requests lately to review novels, and this one sounded interesting... Breaking a Sunbeam by Geoff Hunter. If you like your storyline with plenty of gore and mayhem, this one will work for you. It was also interesting to see how the hostages changed during their ordeal.    Jake and Kay Winter are an ordinary couple, young and in love. But their lives change when they happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Juel, Carl, and Roy …
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