Assassin Marked by Michael C. Sahd



Damian DuFonte, a professional assassin workin61r0KxQQKsL._UX250_g for the Crime Syndicate, just can’t seem to get past his need for revenge. So when the only woman he’s ever loved asks him not to kill one of their bosses, her pleas fall on deaf ears. Although Victoria may be willing to forgive this transgression, the Syndicate certainly will not.

To prove Victoria’s loyalty, the Syndicate tasks her with leading a group to hunt him down. Somewhere in the solar system, on the outs with his lover and on the run from trained killers, Damian is … an Assassin Marked.




Thrilling and Exciting!  5startr

Firstly, let me say that I’m not – and never have been – anything remotely like a fan of sci-fi. However, I just have to follow that up by saying I LOVED this short story!

Packed with detail, a great story, and sci-fi information which even I can understand make this such a fun read. It’s also thrilling and exciting. No struggling to understand what was going on in this one – just a need to keep reading and find out where it goes. I’m quite fascinated by the powers of the characters, and perhaps may not shy away from this genre now (yes, me – who’s not a sci-fi fan AT ALL).

My grateful thanks to author Michael C. Sahd for opening a world to me which I knew nothing about – and up until now understood even less. This is my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: sci-fi, short story

Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 913.0 KB

Print Length: 27 pages

Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

Publication Date: 6 October 2017






This is Michael C. Sahd’s debut novel

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