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Given his line of work in the employ of a psychotic Brooklyn crime boss, Trent finds himself on the wrong end of too many bullets. Yet each time he"s killed, he wakes a few minutes later completely healed of his wounds but with no memory of his past identity. What"s worse, each time he cheats death someone else dies in his place.
|LC Classifications||PS3611.A8326 D95 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||369 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||369|
|ISBN 10||9781250036100, 9781250036094|
|LC Control Number||2013025227|
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Dying is my business by Nicholas Kaufmann is a roller coaster of a read that climaxes in a break neck speed plummet into the depths before finally coming to rest with a relatively happy ending.
Seriously though, this is fast paced with no breaks in the tempo and for a YA Urban fantasy book which I wouldn't normally touch, I have to say I really /5.
Kaufmann’s writing is crisp and fast-moving, with interesting and likeable (as well as deliciously non-likeable) characters. He’s got a sharp wit, and when he uses it only adds to the enjoyment of this book.
DYING IS MY BUSINESS positions itself to be the first in a /5(41). Kaufmann’s writing is crisp and fast-moving, with interesting and likeable (as well as deliciously non-likeable) characters. He’s got a sharp wit, and when he uses it only adds to the enjoyment of this book.
DYING IS MY BUSINESS positions itself to be the first in a series, and I’m eagerly looking forward to the next installment/5(41). The Paperback of the Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. even more than dying is. The first new breath burns like fire. The first new heartbeat is like a sharp, urgent pain. the book should have Brand: St. Martin''s Publishing Group.
Get this from a library. Dying is My Business. [Nicholas Kaufmann] -- Given his line of work in the employ of a psychotic Brooklyn crime boss, Trent finds himself on the wrong end of too many bullets. Yet each time he's killed, he wakes a few minutes later Dying is My Business book.
Dying Is My Business (Trent, #1), Die and Stay Dead (Trent, #2), and Only the Dead Sleep (Trent, #3) Book 2. Die and Stay Dead. by Nicholas Kaufmann. Ratings 25 Reviews published 3 editions. In this pulsepounding sequel to Dying Is My Busin. The Dying Is My Business book series by Nicholas Kaufmann includes books Dying Is My Business and Die and Stay Dead.
See the complete Dying Is My Business series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Kaufmann’s kickoff to a new urban fantasy series set in New York City aims high but falls short. The man known only as Trent, who had been an ordinary burglar working for a crime boss, is now.
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by Nicholas Kaufmann. BUY NOW FROM but Trent is filled with remorse because his rebirth is contingent on someone else dying: usually, the person who is closest to him at the time. That’s bad enough when it’s the one who kills him, but sometimes an innocent gets the short end of the stick, and, no matter what Trent Author: Nicholas Kaufmann.
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“Dying Is My Business is an immensely enjoyable book. Nicholas Kaufmann is an excellent writer. Nicholas Kaufmann is an excellent writer. [He’s] very good at creating reader investment, he’s got an excellent handle on grounded worldbuilding and he has a flair for writing character.”. Book Reviews: Dying Is My Business, Insomnia.
Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann. If you like the Harry Dresden series or any of the numerous other urban fantasies about modern day magic then you really ought to get this book.
I bought it when I was looking for something else. When I finally started to read it I didn't want to put it down. Following her near-death experience as shared in the New York Times best-seller Dying to Be Me, Anita Moorjani knows well the truths that exist beyond common knowledge and clarity she has gained has led her to further understand who she was born to be.
Part of that truth has involved contemplating the cultural myths infused into our everyday lives. The Business of Dying is the first novel written by Simon Kernick. In it, Kernick introduces the character Dennis Milne, who becomes the lead character in several subsequent novels.
The story is a crime thriller which follows Milne, a full-time police officer and part-time hitman whose targets turn out to be customs officers and an : Simon Kernick. Dying Is My Business is a solid entry in Nicholas Kaufmann’s new urban fantasy detective series.
Wherever he takes the next books, I’ll be there, front and center. Wherever he takes the next. I love hearing about authors and books that never before pinged my RADAR, and Nick Kaufmann is one of them: I got an earlier copy of Dying Is My Business a few weeks before, and turning the first page found me grabbed immediately by the story, my treachea firmly gripped.
So, here’s Nick to answer some questions about that very book. Is it just me, or is small business dying, and dying fast. According to Gallups CEO, more businesses are dying than being created in the United States for the first time starting in and continuing on.
There is certainly scrutiny and difficulty finding accurate data around this, and if you count sole proprietorships or non-employer based business data, it might not be quite as clear as to Author: Isaiah Bollinger.
Dying Is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). In Dying to Be Me, Anita freely shares all she has learned about illness, healing, fear, "being love," and the true magnificence of each and every human being. This is a book that definitely makes the case that we are spiritual beings having a human experience and that we are all One!.
In this morning’s installment of Nick Cassella’s essential Daily Clips column, he pointed out a curious Bloomberg story by Matthew Townsend and Lindsey story is about precipitously declining retail sales at brick-and-mortar retailers, and the authors draw some strange conclusions about the cause of those declines.The rapid expansion of hospice is in part a function of evolving cultural attitudes about dying.
The terminally ill and their families are increasingly opting for the promise of a humane, painless death in a setting of their own choosing, usually their own home, over painful treatments administered in a hospital.The dying process usually begins well before death actually occurs, and understanding this process can sometimes help you recognize when your loved one is are changes that take place physically, behaviorally, and psychologically in the journey towards death, that are signs that the end of life may be nearing.