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"True to form, Bracha projects scenery and characters in the back of your brain that play out like a brilliantly directed movie. Then he smacks you in the frontal lobes with his dark wit and wry humour. Paul Carter is legendary in a future Britain that makes Big Brother look like a bitch." - Craig Furchtenicht author of Dimebag Bandits
In 2009 a bomb exploded, killing over 400 British citizens, including three generations of heir to the throne. Religious extremists took responsibility and the country went into meltdown. The British government was overthrown, and its troops withdrawn from overseas. The one-time empire closed its doors to the rest of the world. Law enforcement as it was no longer existed. The power was returned to the British people, and criminals were placed in online public courts for twenty four hours, to be judged.
The sentence for murder, death.
The sentence for anti-British behaviour, death.
The sentence for swearing, death.
In 2014 Paul Carter kills a man, and is now on the run. The thing is, Paul is smart. He's had enough of the new regime, and he's not the only one. He finds himself as an accidental revolutionary, and the voice of the disillusioned masses. He must learn to embrace the responsibilty that has been thrust into his lap, and kick hard against a system which has failed everybody.
Paul Carter is a Dead Man is a horrifying glimpse into the future from the Amazon best-selling author of Strangers Are Just Friends You Haven't Killed Yet and is set to be the first book of the Dead Man trilogy.
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