Edge of the Pit

Edge of the Pit Badger Thompson works for a protection agency Their clients are the richest people in the country and they pay a lot of money to stay safe He works on the outer perimeter of a security team and is one

  • Title: Edge of the Pit
  • Author: Bill Thesken
  • ISBN: 9780990351955
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Badger Thompson works for a protection agency Their clients are the richest people in the country and they pay a lot of money to stay safe He works on the outer perimeter of a security team and is one of the best in the business From running with gangs as a teenager, and with the US Army in Iraq during the surge, he has a unique set of skills to keep his team alive.It wBadger Thompson works for a protection agency Their clients are the richest people in the country and they pay a lot of money to stay safe He works on the outer perimeter of a security team and is one of the best in the business From running with gangs as a teenager, and with the US Army in Iraq during the surge, he has a unique set of skills to keep his team alive.It was a standard operation, a bread and butter job, get a client from one point to another and back again.Badger works the perimeter as always, and the client is a beautiful young singer, a rising star who is going to a nightclub in the gritty belly of the city after midnight Everything is going smooth until the convoy is ambushed, and Badger wakes up in the hospital with no memory of what happened.Everyone else in the convoy is dead, the singer is missing, and Badger is a prime suspect.The agency is in trouble, ruthless than the mob, and they ll get answers out of him using any means necessary, if they can only get their hands on him.He is on the run from the agency, the kidnappers, and the police, and he has to find the girl, or die trying.

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    About “Bill Thesken”

    1. Bill Thesken

      I was born in Whittier, East Los Angeles in 1957, moved south to Mission Viejo in 1967 and graduated High School in 1975 In 1977 I drove to Ketchikan, Alaska, worked for a month on the docks, then flew to Hawaii to go surfing and never looked back.My first job was as a food runner at Lion Country Safari in Irvine, and since then worked as a car detailer, warehouse stocker, dishwasher, short order cook, busboy, stevedore, bellhop, shuttle driver, mason, painter, laborer, the guy with the shovel on concrete pours, fisherman, taro farmer, real estate broker, bartender, and writer Although writing isn t really work when it s going well It s like transcendental neuro athletics, hand eye mind coordination typing as fast as you can to keep up with the flow of words as they build a world on paper.When I was growing up, my Dad would read about 3 novels a week, they were laying all over the place, piled in the corners, on desks and tables, mostly crime novels, so about a year ago I split from my Action Adventure genre and wrote a crime novel for him, titled Edge of the Pit This year I followed it up with The Catalina Cabal.I finished my first novel when I was 36, then got busy raising kids, and didn t attempt another till 20 years later when I wrote 4 in 3 years, which still seems a little weak I need to step it up a bit.My birthday is on June 1, which is the first day of Hurricane Season in Hawaii My wife says that explains a lot

    807 thoughts on “Edge of the Pit”

    1. Fairly by the numbers Men's Adventure novel. Badger Thompson is supposed to be a top ranked perimeter bodyguard. On a milk run, something happens, he wakes up in a hospital, his client is gone,and the rest of his crew are dead.He breaks out of the hospital, to prove his innocence.Fast moving, but the ending doesn't really make sense.


    2. Don't waste your timeThis book has a farcical far-fetched plot with characters you just can't believe. I read it quickly just to get to the end so I could write this review. Did anyone proof-read this before publishing? I don't think so. There were missing words, words which didn't make sense, grammatical errors and punctuation errors , which for me made the book amateurish. All in all a waste! of me timp. See what I mean?



    3. I love books that have a lot of action and suspense. This book has that and so much more. Badger protects people for a living. They are wealthy and well known and expect the best to keep them safe. Badger has all the qualities needed to do a superb job. After all he started off with being in a gang and later went to Iraq where he honed his skills while serving in the Army. Now he is on a simple case where he sees no imminent danger. All he has to do is get his client to her destination safely. W [...]


    4. I received this book as part of a giveaway.Badger Thompson has a problem, after serving his country in the Army he returns home and is recruited by a top level security agency. On a routine assignment providing protection for an up and coming musical artist, the artist in question is kidnapped and the entire security team, with the exception of Badger, is killed. Badger awakens in the hospital and soon realizes the company intends to make him the fall guy. He escapes the hospital and begins usi [...]


    5. Badger Thompson is one of the best security guards in the world with a spotless reputation. However, one day, his world turns upside down and he somehow ends up as the suspect in a kidnapping case. The plot is amazing , especially how he is able to stay a step ahead of the goons from his former agency as they try to capture him. I loved the twists & turns & hope to see more of Badger in future novels.


    6. Never a dull moment My first time reading a Bill Thesken novelBut diffinetly not my last. Allways anxious to turn the page. Easy to read and to stay with the story.The description of the actions taking place were exceptionally graphic and really added to my enjoyment of the story.


    7. I won this book in a giveaway.It wasn't horrible, but I tend to not like books written in first person, especially with an overuse of the word "I". Story was ok, but not very original, and seems easily predictable, but sadly I will never know. DNF - couldn't get past the writing style. Easy to read, low level writing if you are looking for a mindless snack.


    8. Another book won in a giveaway. May never have to buy a book again, but as I read them, I review them. This one was a pretty good action /mystery novel. A hired gun working for a high priced protection agency fails at a job and has to get his charge back or die trying. Good quick late summer read.


    9. I won this book from , and I'm very grateful. The book is very fast-paced with lots of action. I anticipate seeing more of Badger Thompson later.



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