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  • Title: Tokyo Black
  • Author: Andrew Warren
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  • A BURNED SPY MUST STOP A YAKUZA CULT FROM IGNITING GLOBAL CONFLICT Thomas Caine lives in the shadows Betrayed and left for dead, he has put his past as a CIA assassin behind him Now, he makes a meager living as a smuggler, and hides from his dark past in the seedy underworld of Pattaya, Thailand.But when local gangsters set him up for a crime he didn t commit, he finds hA BURNED SPY MUST STOP A YAKUZA CULT FROM IGNITING GLOBAL CONFLICT Thomas Caine lives in the shadows Betrayed and left for dead, he has put his past as a CIA assassin behind him Now, he makes a meager living as a smuggler, and hides from his dark past in the seedy underworld of Pattaya, Thailand.But when local gangsters set him up for a crime he didn t commit, he finds himself back in the clutches of the CIA His old masters make him an offer he can t refuse rot in a hellish Thai prison, or accept a dangerous mission in the neon lit metropolis of Tokyo, Japan.As he hunts the city for a CIA asset s missing daughter, he quickly learns there is to this assignment than meets the eye Yakuza thugs, Japan s Security Bureau, and even rogue CIA operatives all stand between him and his objective And looming in the shadows is Tokyo Black, a right wing terrorist cult whose members demonstrate their loyalty by burning their yakuza tattoos from their skin This monstrous cabal is chasing the same girl as Caine, leaving a trail of death and destruction in their wake.Can Thomas Caine defeat this fanatical enemy, before they ignite an international conflict that could kill thousands Tokyo Black is a high octane thriller that takes readers on an action packed ride filled with gun battles, car chases, and fascinating characters and locations Fans of Jason Bourne and Jack Reacher will love Thomas Caine Reviews for the first book in the series say A burning page turner Swift and intense If you like ACTION Caine and Warren are your team
    Andrew Warren
    Andrew Warren was born in New Jersey, but currently resides in the warmer climate of Southern California He studied film, English and psychology at the University of Miami, and has over a decade of experience in the television and motion picture industry, where he has worked as a post production supervisor, story producer and writer His passion for writing and traveling led Andrew to Japan As soon as he set eyes on the country he fell in love with it, and felt compelled to use it as the setting for a series of novels It took a few years, but Tokyo Black was the result of that trip.Andrew s writing skills have seen him write for Youtube Red s Fight of the Living Dead, MangoTV s Sons of Earth , and Discovery s True Nightmares.His love of the Far East extends to all varieties of Asian cuisine, and he scours Southern California looking for the best ramen, dumplings and beef noodle soup All in the name or research, of course His fascination for the spy thriller genre was born from a love of James Bond films Growing up, he knew that he was never going to be a muscle bound giant, like Schwarzenegger or Stallone Instead, he opted for charm and sophistication, with a smattering of brains and super cool spy gadgets.When he s not working or writing classic spy thrillers, Andrew likes to relax at home with his pet dachshund, Ares, and his cat, Mina He is currently working on the next Thomas Caine thriller, which will be set in East Africa Andrew loves to hear from his readers Feel free to contact him here andrewwarrenbooksfacebook andrewarrenbooksandrew andrewarrenbooks


    A FREE AGENT “The reputation of a thousand years may be determined by the conduct of one hour”. -Japanese proverb. “New eras don't come about because of swords; they're created by the people who wield them”. - Nobuhiro Watsuki. “Summer grasses, All that remains, Of soldiers' dreams” ― Bashō Matsuo In spy fiction, a battle has been waged between two styles. The first is the atmospheric, escapist, “classic” school as founded by Ian Fleming and Eric Ambler and the second is the s [...]

    J.T. Patten
    A Vivid Thriller, Artistically Painted (and Splattered) on Pagesamazon/Tokyo-Black-ThI call a book like this a guilty pleasure where the story initially reminds me of pulp fiction and unbelievable nuances are forgiven because the read is so fun. Tokyo Black is somewhat far fetched when it comes to the Shooter and Spy aspects (Hell, it's fiction), but written well enough that you don't care about another CIA killer program with hired hit-men and a hottie red-head running the show. It moved up qui [...]

    Aiden Bailey
    Tokyo Black hooked me immediately with the sharp prose and fast action, then drew me deeper with its vibrant depictions of 21st century Japanese techno-culture and neon-fused, anime-influenced landscapes. Sprinkle in allusions to one of my favourite authors, Haruki Murakami, a nod to classic ‘Western’ Japanese movies like Black Rain and The Wolverine, and then throw in a Jason Bourne/James Bond fusion in the guise of burnt out CIA assassin, Thomas Caine, and that in a nutshell, is Tokyo Blac [...]

    Andrew Warren is definitely my new favourite writer and Thomas Caine my new favourite assassin.This book was like taking a joyride in your parents car while they're away on holiday.(Really good and immense fun)I'd totally recommend this book to all the mystery/thriller fans out there.Andrew Warren writes as well as and even better than some of the big names in fiction and the characters are three dimensional.Give it a go, you definitely won't be disappointed.

    I appreciate the fact that the author tried his best to put in as many action sequences as he could in the story, but all of the said sequences were unrealistic, cheesy, implausible, and as original as a B-grade Hollywood action flick.

    Crina Bucur
    (2.5*) It was ok, very fast-paced, but it feels more like a hollywood adventure movie rather than a novel. Some dialogs, especially in the CIA agency, are shallow and lack credibility.

    Brian's Book Blog
    A movie-like thriller full of detail3.5 out of 5 starsYou can usually tell when an author throws a book together without doing his or her research.  And then you can tell when someone really has a passion for something or someplace.  You can tell that Warren has a passion for writing a well thought out and detailed thriller and that he loves Japan and Japanese culture (the good and the bad). Tokyo Black is a look into the deep and dark world of a gang that is filled with ex-Yakuza members who [...]

    Sana Khan
    An ex CIA agent, betrayed, burned and left for dead Thomas Caine is deadly and dangerous.  Him and I got along very well.  From the streets of Pattaya to the glittering skyscrapers of Tokyo, this book packs some good action with diverse settings and interesting characters.  Though nothing entirely new about the plot i.e. saving the world from an imminent terrorist attack, it's Caine himself who drives the story forward.  I found the action sequences to be very well written and Caine's quick [...]

    Bodo Pfündl
    An extraordinary debut!Andrew Warren makes a strong case for himself, delivering a perfectly crafted rollercoaster ride of action, intrigue and memorable characters!You will cheer for Tom and Rebecca fighting the good fight while constantly being under fire.You will try (but probably fail) to anticipate the story’s many twists and turns.But most of the time you will just marvel at the insanely innovative action scenes and the vividly described settings they take part in!Tokyo Black grips you f [...]

    Jack Sakalauskas
    A fast paced exciting story, deserving 5 stars. But, editing holding me back. Numerous sentences with words in the wrong sequence, missing words, extra words and some misspelled. I dislike the flow of words running into a speedbump.

    Aaron Wilcox
    Fast paced actionThe book captured my attention in the first few pages and kept it through the entire book. Good characters and plot.

    Jacob Peled
    It started for me as a 5 star book ( most of them do) , but after few chapters it went down to 4 and then 3. After that (about a third) it went downhill to a single star and less. The story looks so familiar, as if I read it more than once. It is the typical ex CIA agent being recruited to a special mission. He is being betrayed left and right. There is of curse a woman close by to try and inject some romance. Every episode is described in length. Glad the author didn’t describe our hero’s u [...]

    Mark Muramoto
    I forgot I bought this book awhile ago so when my wife reminded me that this was sitting in our kindle library I thought I'd check it out and I am glad I did. I can't wait to read more from Andrew. I enjoyed the character and sightseeing of Tokyo and its surrounding neighborhoods. Having just returned from Japan it brought everything back in spades. For people who are thinking about delving into this author's Thomas Caine books an easy comparison is Barry Eisler. So if you like him you will enjo [...]

    Maria Welker
    Couldn't put it down!I chose this rating due to my being unable to put it down. It's in a way so sad at how corrupt ours and other governments can be. I know this is fiction, but I'm a realist too. It showed the ugly side and the good sides of people, which all good books do! Good read, intense.

    Blair H. Prigg
    THRILLER!What a gripping thriller full of mystery and suspense. Warren wrote a book that just kept building to the point that I was unsure anyone would be alive at the end. There were a lot of characters which made it more difficult to keep tract of everyone and who was good and who was bad. I recommend not starting this book of an evening. You may lose some sleep.

    Joseph D Thurston
    Good readI've read all of Lee Child ,"Jack Reacher" series . Along with other great authors Nelson Demiille, Mark Dawson and after reading "Tokyo Black" I think Andrew Warren falls right in with these authors. I just download Devil's Due and Red Phoenix and l[king forward to reading them l would strongly recommend reading Tokyo Black. JDT

    Mike Kozanczyn
    A very entertaining read!I enjoy reading about all the local places and the general character of the places. Maybe somewhere l would like to visit.The novel was very entertaining and kept me locked in to the very end. Although in the back of my mind I know the main character would somehow survive his predicament. After all he was to return in future series.

    alexander silagin
    Boring and too longMediocre writing, too many unnecessary details that slow act and serve no positive purpose. I picked it up because I like Japan but I couldn't stand atrocious Japanese. Really bad, author doesn't know anything about different ways to say even "thank you" to different levels of people, like taxi driver or friend for example. Can't spell either - arigato and arrigato within two pages. Learn at least how to use Google translate. Gave it two stars as it is better than trash you ca [...]

    Tokyo Black (Thomas Caine Thrillers Book 1) is my first read from author Andrew Warren. Think Robert Ludlum/Jason Bourne. I very much enjoyed this well-written book and will read more from this author.

    A serviceable thriller with some fantastic action, but in nearly every scene I could feel the writing play to the sensibilities of how a camera would show a spectacle instead of plausibility and character.This was definitely fun, but reads like an adaptation of a screenplay.

    A good popcorn read for the commute or to pass a few hours on the weekend.First book of a new series, set primarily in Tokyo -- somewhat reminiscent of the John Rain series. It's early days so the back story is fairly undeveloped but good enough I'll give next installment a go.

    catherine m. conroy
    Great thrillerThis was a great, action packed thriller. Thomas Caine's character was well-developed, the settings were interesting, and the character interactions well thought out. Terrific read, I'm looking forward to the next one!

    Who Can You TrustTokyo Black was formed by men who became disallusioned with Japan's government and with the yakuza. Former members of yakuza formed this organization while in prison. This is good action movie material. A good page-turner!

    Harvey Johnson
    Third time, I THINK STRIKE THREEI tried mightily to like this character. After three attempts, 2 novella and a novel I surrender. Too many preposterous situations for any man to escape from. Nice try - but as Roberto Duran said, “No mas”.‘

    This is a good novel and it is entertaining. I enjoyed reading it and I would recommend this book to everyone.

    What a read!This was my first time reading Andrew Warren. It's a page Turner so don't read it at night unless you want to be up all night!

    Marla London
    Wow!Fast pace, great details made you think that you were that country,good character great story line I enjoyed the book,Thanks

    Fritz Kunze
    Enjoyable read hard to put downThe author knows Tokyo knows Japan and actually know some Japanese language great book like that I liked it a alot

    Logan Horsford
    Starts with the most overused beginning ever.Guy they want is in jail etc.Made it through over an hour of this and they still hadn't gotten to the point of the mission.

    Guillermo Mata
    Queda a deber

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