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Faster than the Bullet

Faster Than The Bullet by Mike Breslin

From history’s largest tank battle and the horrors of the Warsaw Uprising, to Argentina’s long-distance stock car races and Italy’s legendary Mille Miglia, Faster than the Bullet is a sweeping tale of speed and warfare; tragedy and revenge.

Faster than the Bullet: An Epic Novel of Racing Warfare and Revenge
Publication Information
ISBN: 9781670248626
RRP: £11.99
Format: Paperback, 440 pages, 152mm x 229mm, 2020
Subject: Fiction, Military, Motorsport
Publisher: Pie Shop Publishing
Author: Mike Breslin
Faster than the Bullet: An Epic Novel of Racing Warfare and Revenge from the author of Pieces of Silver by Mike Breslin

Poland, 1939. Ingo Six wears the feared field grey of a German soldier, but he is no Nazi. The reason he joined the army was simply to ride its motorcycles. He lives for speed, and now he knows he has a gift for it, a talent he will go on to hone on the ice and snow of the Eastern Front. When this war is finished, Ingo will race. But first there is Lidka and forbidden love in Warsaw, brutal pressure to commit atrocities, and the living hell of battle.

Argentina, 1949. Ingo Six is hiding, far from anywhere. A chance meeting awakens a dream he believed was long dead, and he is slowly drawn into the intoxicating and perilous world of 1950s motor racing. The more he competes, the greater the hunger to race; but the more he succeeds, the greater the danger his secret will be discovered.

Israel, 1949. Sarah Malka’s work is vengeance. It is a cold, ruthless business, hunting and eliminating Nazis, but for Sarah there is fire in her hatred; stoked by the memory of one man and one war crime. She has sworn to be ready and waiting for him when he emerges from the shadows.

From history’s largest tank battle and the horrors of the Warsaw Uprising, to Argentina’s long-distance stock car races and Italy’s legendary Mille Miglia, Faster than the Bullet is a sweeping tale of speed and warfare; tragedy and revenge.

“No man is faster than a bullet, Ingo”

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