Without Rules


China can only survive certain death if she forgets the rules – and plays a more ruthless game than her enemies!

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When a professional hitman turns up at Candy’s World to hide, China Mackie discovers her plan to flee from her abusive father has tragically backfired. A gruesome bloodbath has left four people dead on the streets of a northern city centre on a cold wet Sunday morning. China knows she’s next to die. Unless she is more ruthless than everyone else. She must improvise fast. Seduce her father’s assassin. Plead her case so he helps her escape in a fight to the death where rules don’t matter but the consequences do. Contains sex, violence and adult themes.

1 Comment on Without Rules

  1. Andrew Field | December 13, 2018 at 2:45 am |

    “China is a very sympathetic character, with one hell of a history, whilst Jak is enigmatic.”
    Suze Reviews

    “The plot jumps around like a demented firecracker and you have to be quick to follow it, but I don’t mind a bit of an intellectual challenge in a novel.”
    A Little Book Problem

    “Wowzers this was one hell of a rollercoaster ride of a read.  For me ‘Without Rules’ is an unputdownable page turner of a book.” 

    “I loved the last few pages and the way it ended – and sign me up for Field’s next book, Truth Hurts, because the teaser at the end looks fab.”
    Book Mark That

    “Without Rules is an extremely fast-paced story with very short, sharp chapters told from the perspectives of various characters. It certainly kept me on the edge of my seat!”
    Kerry Parsons

    “In a very noir world, Andrew Field offers us a very noir novel.”
    The Irresponsible Reader

    “And China, well, I was sold on her, she is feisty and boy does she love a few choice words, what is not to love!”
    Zoé-lee O’farrell

    “I really enjoy books that sometimes push me out of my comfort zone and make me feel on edge. Andrew has done a fantastic job at bringing uncomfortable and difficult subjects to the surface and making them hard hitting. Of course this isn’t for everyone, there is violence, bad language, child abuse and sex.”

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