Every six months a Russian agent arrives at the Rockin’ Rooster saloon in Twin Falls, Idaho to fight local cowboy and laid-off spy Rulon Hurt.
To the locals it’s great fun and even to Rulon and his punk wife, Yohaba, it’s not a bad way to spend a Wednesday night.
But when Rulon saves Boris, the latest Russian, from a gang of local skinheads, a feud ignites that quickly escalates out of control. Eventually an assassin is brought in from Germany, and Rulon is shot and left in a coma.
Yohaba and Boris are now alone together. Great minds think alike. They back track the assassin to Zurich with the intent of settling the score.
Title: A Thousand Suns (Book 2)
Author: Jim Haberkorn
Publisher: Bonneville Books (CFI)
Release Date: March 12, 201
Size: 320 pages, 6×9, softcover
Rulon Hurt Series: Einstein’s Trunk (bk 1)
2 thoughts on “A Thousand Suns by Jim Haberkorn”
I LOVED the suspense and the action and the love between a husband and a wife!
Incredibly well written it keeps you turning the pages to find out what is going to happen next and how they are going to resolve the conflicts that just keep coming their way.
The back cover gives you only a small part of the story…
It is true…every six months a Russian agent is sent to fight the local cowboy/ex-spy Rulon Hurt.
And Rulon does save the Russian (Boris) from a local gang of skinheads.
And the back cover slightly hints at Boris and Yohaba (Rulon’s wife) and their trip to Zurich.
What it doesn’t tell you is all the other great parts!
The way the wife translates for her husband…very fun!
The multiple fist fights to defend one’s honor.
The gun-slinging to protect life.
Hammer throwing (had to look this one up…very interesting)
The possible bio-chemical warfare.
The insatiable revenge of one man and his father.
The love and honor of another man.
The love of a wife who will go to any lengths to help her husband stop running or from even being killed. For as his enemies hate him with “the heat of a thousand suns”…she loves him with that same passion only her thousand suns “burn hotter.”
This book is SO GOOD!
LOVED LOVED LOVED IT!
A definite MUST READ!
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