It s Always Darkest Small town sportswriter Paul Mallory doesn t need much to keep him happy Red Stripe beer H Upmann cigars and enough money to put down a few bets at the track every so often will do the trick nicely

  • Title: It's Always Darkest
  • Author: Stephen C. Spencer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Small town sportswriter Paul Mallory doesn t need much to keep him happy Red Stripe beer, H Upmann cigars, and enough money to put down a few bets at the track every so often will do the trick nicely He likes his quiet, undemanding life in upstate New York, and he really likes his quiet and undemanding girlfriend Pam Maybe he even loves her What Paul doesn t like is tSmall town sportswriter Paul Mallory doesn t need much to keep him happy Red Stripe beer, H Upmann cigars, and enough money to put down a few bets at the track every so often will do the trick nicely He likes his quiet, undemanding life in upstate New York, and he really likes his quiet and undemanding girlfriend Pam Maybe he even loves her What Paul doesn t like is travel, complications, and most of all, responsibility for the welfare of others But when his insatiable curiosity along with a propensity for showing off gets the better of him one fine June day, he has to leave his old life and Pam behind to take on a lucrative new job a job he never really wanted in the first place Then, on his very first assignment with the mysterious Cramer Press Syndicate, Mallory immediately finds himself in the spotlight at a Russian handball tournament and must decide whether to become personally involved in the biggest story he s ever covered putting both his career and his life on the line in the process.

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    1. This ebook appealed to me enormously. The author writes with authority and deftness. I identified very easily with the main character Paul Mallory, an easy going journalist content with his lot who enjoys old films and collects trivia just to perplex a geeky work colleague. Paul is jogging along in life doing well enough - when the mysterious and vaguely sinister Bentley Cramer approaches him with an offer he can't refuse.Quote: "He was large enough and round enough to join the solar system with [...]

    2. I recently had the immense pleasure and lucky coincidence of meeting author, Stephen C. Spencer, through twitter. After exchanging a large number of messages, blog comments, and questions back and forth, I decided to check out a sample of his book. Right away, within a page or two, I knew I wanted to write a review about his work. So I sent him a message letting him know I was interested in doing a review of his story, which he graciously accepted. So without further ado, I invite you to enjoy m [...]

    3. ‘Baldacci’s Sean King, move over! Here comes Paul Mallory!’Take a young sports journalist with an intense dislike of travel and complications, the haunting of an 11-years-ago traumatic sports event and an aversion to bearing any responsibility for others. Dangle before him the one thing that he cannot resist, well, two things: A LOT of money and a news analyst position that is not even close to having a defined job description. Paul Mallory’s weakness or, perhaps this is more his strengt [...]

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