Tuesday, January 01, 2019

The Killer Collective, Available Today!

A lot of people have been asking, so here's how to get The Killer Collective TODAY!

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can sign up for free for Amazon First Reads. AFR gives you early access to The Killer Collective (and much more) all during this January, enabling you to download the Kindle version immediately for free and to order the hardback for one-day delivery at $9.99. Otherwise, the regular releasewith regular prices of $4.99 Kindle and $14.95 hardback—is February 1.


If you’re not a Prime member, you can still sign up for free for AFR, in which case you can download the Kindle version immediately for $1.99 and order the hardback for one-day delivery at $9.99. Again, otherwise, the regular release—with regular prices of $4.99 Kindle and $14.95 hardback—is February 1.

If you already preordered the Kindle version and you download it for free or for $1.99 this month, the preorder will be cancelled and you won't be charged. If you preordered the hardback and order the hardback this month at the reduced price, the preorder will be cancelled and you'll be charged only the reduced AFR price of $9.99.

The program is available in the US, the UK, and Australia. It's not yet available in Canada. Apologies for that; I don’t know why the lag for Canada.


If you were wondering... :)


THE LONE WOLVES OF BARRY EISLER’S BESTSELLING NOVELS COME TOGETHER IN A KILLER TEAM


When a joint FBI-Seattle Police investigation of an international child pornography ring gets too close to certain powerful people, sex-crimes detective Livia Lone becomes the target of a hit that barely goes awry—a hit that had been offered to John Rain, a retired specialist in “natural causes.”

Suspecting the FBI itself was behind the attack, Livia reaches out to former Marine sniper Dox. Together, they assemble an ad hoc group to identify and neutralize the threat. There's Rain. Rain’s estranged lover, Mossad agent and honeytrap specialist Delilah. And Black op soldiers Ben Treven and Daniel Larison, along with their former commander, SpecOps legend Colonel Scot “Hort” Horton.

Moving from Japan to Seattle to DC to Paris, the group fights a series of interlocking conspiracies, each edging closer and closer to the highest levels of the US government.

With uncertain loyalties, conflicting agendas, and smoldering romantic entanglements, these operators will have a hard time forming a team. But in a match as uneven as this one, a collective of killers might be even better.

5 comments:

Grandma Carol said...

Just downloaded on my Kindle! You made my day!!

Barry Eisler said...

I left one thing out of the original post, which I've now added and will also mention here:

If you’re not a Prime member, you can still sign up for free for AFR, in which case you can download the Kindle version immediately for $1.99 and order the hardback for one-day delivery at $9.99. Again, otherwise, the regular release—with regular prices of $4.99 Kindle and $14.95 hardback—is February 1.

Jack O'Melia said...

Just finished the audiobook version and this is another outstanding entry in the series. I love when you get the whole team together. It was very interesting to see how they all reacted to Livia and especially how the complicated relationship between Livia and Dox evolved.

In a side note, one of my favorite moments in The Detachment was when Blazing Saddles reared its beautiful head and I was so pleased when Rain was wishing for Dox and a Cleavon Little quote.

Keep up the good work and keep the books coming. You give us an exciting story with great characters and deep undercurrents.

Barry Eisler said...

Thanks for the kind words, Jack, and glad you enjoyed The Killer Collective (and the narration)! I loved the Blazing Saddles moment in The Detachment, too.

If you have a moment, please don't be shy about posting a review at the link below--they really help. Thanks again!

https://www.amazon.com/Killer-Collective-Barry-Eisler-ebook/dp/B07DL1Y4GV#customerReviews

Unknown said...

This book popped up on my kindle in the recommended for me section back in February. Flash forward to today and I've read every book in the shared universe except for the two Rain prequels, which are next on my list. I also pre-ordered the next Livia Lone book. Please keep the stories coming, they keep getting better and better.