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When you have 10 seconds to live, Execution Is Everything. Dr. Jon Kaine has flown into New York to commit a crime, but that’s not the problem. The problem is the late-night bar he hides out in, the gang that runs it, and the beautiful woman who follows him inside. Kaine is a psychologist – more used to business pitches than bar fights – but as the night descends into vi When you have 10 seconds to live, Execution Is Everything. Dr. Jon Kaine has flown into New York to commit a crime, but that’s not the problem. The problem is the late-night bar he hides out in, the gang that runs it, and the beautiful woman who follows him inside. Kaine is a psychologist – more used to business pitches than bar fights – but as the night descends into violence he’s forced to put his skills to darker use. Written in first person, Execution Is Everything is a short, gripping introduction to Nick Warren’s new thriller series. If you like your stories lean, mean and intelligent – you’ll love this. Download Execution Is Everything today and watch the psychological battle unfold.


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When you have 10 seconds to live, Execution Is Everything. Dr. Jon Kaine has flown into New York to commit a crime, but that’s not the problem. The problem is the late-night bar he hides out in, the gang that runs it, and the beautiful woman who follows him inside. Kaine is a psychologist – more used to business pitches than bar fights – but as the night descends into vi When you have 10 seconds to live, Execution Is Everything. Dr. Jon Kaine has flown into New York to commit a crime, but that’s not the problem. The problem is the late-night bar he hides out in, the gang that runs it, and the beautiful woman who follows him inside. Kaine is a psychologist – more used to business pitches than bar fights – but as the night descends into violence he’s forced to put his skills to darker use. Written in first person, Execution Is Everything is a short, gripping introduction to Nick Warren’s new thriller series. If you like your stories lean, mean and intelligent – you’ll love this. Download Execution Is Everything today and watch the psychological battle unfold.

30 review for Execution Is Everything: The Girl

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rachael

    Addicted! I couldn't put this down and now can't stop guessing what happens next!!! Engaging from the our set until the end. What happens next!!!! Addicted! I couldn't put this down and now can't stop guessing what happens next!!! Engaging from the our set until the end. What happens next!!!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Delaney Diamond

    One word: wow. I need this book to be turned into a movie and allow the main character to narrate the story. I could not put this book down. Definitely in my top 5 of thrillers. Warren spins a unique tale by introducing us to Dr. Kaine, a protagonist who’s a psychologist. He's able to “read” people and use his knowledge to his advantage. I first read the novella and then the sequel the author offered for free. Warren packed so much into the story, and frankly, you never really know what’s going One word: wow. I need this book to be turned into a movie and allow the main character to narrate the story. I could not put this book down. Definitely in my top 5 of thrillers. Warren spins a unique tale by introducing us to Dr. Kaine, a protagonist who’s a psychologist. He's able to “read” people and use his knowledge to his advantage. I first read the novella and then the sequel the author offered for free. Warren packed so much into the story, and frankly, you never really know what’s going to happen or how Kaine is going to get out of the hairy situations he winds up in. There are plenty of good reasons to read these books: Great protagonist, great storyline, fast-moving and believable story. Now I just need the author to write faster. I can’t wait to see what he throws at the good doctor next!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ronald Keeler

    Execution Is Everything by Nick Warren surprised me with how clever it is with surprising twists that might leave the reader confused until page 144 (the last page). And it is free for purchase on Amazon as of the date of this review. It is free for purchase, NOT through Kindle Unlimited. At the end of the novel, Warren describes how and why he wrote this novel and mentions how he decided to follow up his characters with second and third novels that together have 110 000 additional words. Follow Execution Is Everything by Nick Warren surprised me with how clever it is with surprising twists that might leave the reader confused until page 144 (the last page). And it is free for purchase on Amazon as of the date of this review. It is free for purchase, NOT through Kindle Unlimited. At the end of the novel, Warren describes how and why he wrote this novel and mentions how he decided to follow up his characters with second and third novels that together have 110 000 additional words. Follow the provided link and get both of those books for free up to July 17, 2017. The link will download all three novels. After reading the first one, this was a deal I did not want to pass up. WARNING: SPOILER ALERT I get dangerously close to a spoiler here but the temptation was just too much and I believe it is vague and hidden. Readers will have to read the entire novel to figure out what I mean so I don't consider it a spoiler. Jon Kaine is a Doctor of Psychology. The novel opens in a bar where Jon didn't fit in. His clothes were wrong, his accent was wrong, and the bar appeared to be a local membership type in a rundown neighborhood. There were a few male drunks and a couple of them were getting rowdy. Jon was preparing his exit strategies knowing that he was going to be a logical target for drunks who don't appreciate outsiders. And then the girl walked in, out of place much, much more than Jon. Natalie had made noise coming into the bar with the rolling carry-on (empty) luggage. She knew right away that she had to exit the place; she hoped he could leave with Jon. First a bathroom break. Then we, the readers, leave the bar as the action moves to an airplane. An airplane flight which encounters a lot of turbulence gives Jon a chance to do some people watching and use his psychologist skills to reflect on the reactions of people to frightening situations. He doesn't mind sharing his observations with Lillian, a fellow passenger. She seems a bit put off by his arrogance but eventually starts using some of his techniques to put him in his place. This is quite clever to read. How many times do two strangers meet who can quote Seneca to each other? But Jon Kaine, while that might be his real name, has a few other names. Lillian might not be Lillian. A few other passengers might have alternate identities. And Jon has come to terms with the idea that he is entering the US to commit a crime. Jon is not an intentional criminal, he is not a superhero, and he has no hidden martial arts defense strategies. In some of the developing violence, he could have used some of the latter. He is left only with his knowledge of human psychology and how to push buttons to influence human behavior. How he does this makes this a very interesting novel that will appeal to those who liked the TV series Lie To Me and the character played by Bill Nighy in the BBC spy film Page Eight.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Galéa Gumbs

    I LOVE THIS BOOK ! It's a fast read and a very good story.. I've just started part 2 and I am loving it so far. I LOVE THIS BOOK ! It's a fast read and a very good story.. I've just started part 2 and I am loving it so far.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Helena Wann

    Smart and witty..... Ok first I don't like writing these but as this is someone just starting I had to do my part.Second did I say that this man has real talent?this is fun,smart,and just down right entertaining.Well be looking out for any and all new thrillers from this author.Bravo.... Smart and witty..... Ok first I don't like writing these but as this is someone just starting I had to do my part.Second did I say that this man has real talent?this is fun,smart,and just down right entertaining.Well be looking out for any and all new thrillers from this author.Bravo....

  6. 4 out of 5

    Z.A. Coe

    This book was short and sweet. Okay, it wasn't really sweet. But what I mean is that there was nothing to hate in it. Nick Warren did a great job of dissolving my time with this book. I started it in the morning, thought about it all day long, and stayed up way too late to finish it. His pacing was spot on and the story was very well delivered. I typically don't like prose that cuts out all the extraneous words, but Warren's prose made excellent use of every single word and every single sentence. N This book was short and sweet. Okay, it wasn't really sweet. But what I mean is that there was nothing to hate in it. Nick Warren did a great job of dissolving my time with this book. I started it in the morning, thought about it all day long, and stayed up way too late to finish it. His pacing was spot on and the story was very well delivered. I typically don't like prose that cuts out all the extraneous words, but Warren's prose made excellent use of every single word and every single sentence. Not a drop was wasted. I was very impressed. His word choice was precise and I found the writing to be quite intense and driving even though it was "bare bones." I also loved the repetition. Throughout the book the narrator keeps saying things and circling back to them. Quotes, ideas, philosophies, situations. It builds in a subtle, almost subconscious way, and it makes the whole book feel very tightly written and cohesive. My only qualm was that there were a few things that didn't quite line up across the international divide (Americans would say "ad," not "advert"), but they were certainly not deal-breakers. Reading Execution Is Everything is fun because Jon Kaine, though sometimes a little arrogant, is usually quite honest about his strengths and weaknesses and plays to his strengths. He uses fun and interesting ways to solve problems. I especially enjoyed the situation at the end. Even though the way he got out of the scrape would have been good enough for me, Warren laces that whole scene with Kaine's worries that it isn't working, making it even more believable. If you like Patrick Jane from the Mentalist, you'll probably also like this book. I daren't read Warren's other books right now or else I'll lose weeks of my life to them (if I start I won't be able to stop!), but I'll look forward to reading more of Jon Kaine in the future.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Bartlett

    This book had me from the first to last page. There have been books that have done that in the past, but this one I couldn't predict WHICH IS UNUSUAL! Definitely worth reading. This book had me from the first to last page. There have been books that have done that in the past, but this one I couldn't predict WHICH IS UNUSUAL! Definitely worth reading.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karla Gibson

    Ya know how in your favourite tv program, at the end of a series (or season as Americans term it) they leave you with a cliff hanger, shouting at the tv..... No!!! You can't leave it like that..... Yer, this is pretty much the same thing, but fear not, unlike your tv shows, where you waiting months, and months, parts 2 & 3 are apparently ready to rumble. Can't pass judgment on them yet, just know im eager to get started. And let's face it, free is a darn good price to take a punt at a book, go on, Ya know how in your favourite tv program, at the end of a series (or season as Americans term it) they leave you with a cliff hanger, shouting at the tv..... No!!! You can't leave it like that..... Yer, this is pretty much the same thing, but fear not, unlike your tv shows, where you waiting months, and months, parts 2 & 3 are apparently ready to rumble. Can't pass judgment on them yet, just know im eager to get started. And let's face it, free is a darn good price to take a punt at a book, go on, be a rebel.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Carol Wilson

    No start and finish date because I read it in one day! I couldn't put it down, but it left me wanting more. I kept looking to see if I missed some pages...what a cliffhanger. :) I love the way the characters are so well developed. I can relate to Jon's desire to be unencumbered by relationships, but I hope he'll get over it before the series is over. I'm ready book 2 now and like it just as much as the first one. No start and finish date because I read it in one day! I couldn't put it down, but it left me wanting more. I kept looking to see if I missed some pages...what a cliffhanger. :) I love the way the characters are so well developed. I can relate to Jon's desire to be unencumbered by relationships, but I hope he'll get over it before the series is over. I'm ready book 2 now and like it just as much as the first one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Russell Quinton

    A great story line, interesting characters,lesson in the psychological aspect in life as related to similarities in the story. I really liked the story and recommend that you read it

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    A great short novel. I really liked this book. I loved the psychology used to outwit the "bad guys". And I really enjoyed the information about how the human brain makes the body react in different ways to differing circumstances. The reason for a 4 instead of a 5 was because of the use of the F word. Thanks for the book and I hope this review is acceptable. A great short novel. I really liked this book. I loved the psychology used to outwit the "bad guys". And I really enjoyed the information about how the human brain makes the body react in different ways to differing circumstances. The reason for a 4 instead of a 5 was because of the use of the F word. Thanks for the book and I hope this review is acceptable.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dona

    Was directed to this book by another author. It was free so I thought why not, it's short and a quick read. I loved it and was hooked from the start. It's pacey, fast, humorous. Can't wait for the longer read when the characters will be fleshed out a little more. Well done, Nick, a brilliantly career move. Was directed to this book by another author. It was free so I thought why not, it's short and a quick read. I loved it and was hooked from the start. It's pacey, fast, humorous. Can't wait for the longer read when the characters will be fleshed out a little more. Well done, Nick, a brilliantly career move.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Darlene

    For a short story it packs quite a punch. I just loved the character of Dr. Jon Kaine. He was smart, cheeky, and a somewhat of a badass, in that he showed no fear in the face of danger. I was so glad to see this short story continued with full length books! I'm so excited. I've found a great new author (to me) in Nick Warren. If you read this book you won't be disappointed. For a short story it packs quite a punch. I just loved the character of Dr. Jon Kaine. He was smart, cheeky, and a somewhat of a badass, in that he showed no fear in the face of danger. I was so glad to see this short story continued with full length books! I'm so excited. I've found a great new author (to me) in Nick Warren. If you read this book you won't be disappointed.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Gaylord White

    A great book that is a fast read. Great read for a thee hour or more ride to work or on a trip . It keeps you thinking what else can happen to this poor guy. Is he a hit man or what is the reason for this trip.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Bradford

    Surprising! Surprising that I enjoyed the book! I usually don't enjoy books that are set in England, but this one piqued my interest! It is quick, and makes you pick out connections! Thanks for a good read! Surprising! Surprising that I enjoyed the book! I usually don't enjoy books that are set in England, but this one piqued my interest! It is quick, and makes you pick out connections! Thanks for a good read!

  16. 4 out of 5

    spyros manolopoulos

    A very promising start Likeable and fallible hero, interesting characters, good plot, steady pace with no loss of attention. In all a very promising start, so much so that i want to see what happens next.. Off to download the sequels!

  17. 4 out of 5

    F E W Timberlake

    Was directed to this by another author and it was a brilliant decision to follow that authors advice. An unusual but fascinating story, well worth your time and what is even better it's free. Can't wait for the next instalment. Well done Nick, keep up the very good work Was directed to this by another author and it was a brilliant decision to follow that authors advice. An unusual but fascinating story, well worth your time and what is even better it's free. Can't wait for the next instalment. Well done Nick, keep up the very good work

  18. 4 out of 5

    Steven Moore

    Absolutely fantastic. A very well crafted and perfectly paced thriller. It's abundantly clear Warren is a writer who leaves no stone unturned, and with equal parts gritty action and psychology, I was hooked from first page to last. Looking forward to the next instalment. Absolutely fantastic. A very well crafted and perfectly paced thriller. It's abundantly clear Warren is a writer who leaves no stone unturned, and with equal parts gritty action and psychology, I was hooked from first page to last. Looking forward to the next instalment.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hayley

    Brilliant Absolutely brilliant first book by Nick Warren. Fantastic storyline and characters. Haven't been able to put it down since beginning the first page and have downloaded the next two free installments straight away . I would happily highly recommend! Brilliant Absolutely brilliant first book by Nick Warren. Fantastic storyline and characters. Haven't been able to put it down since beginning the first page and have downloaded the next two free installments straight away . I would happily highly recommend!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Anthony Bell

    A great read, so different. This short story is packed with tension and delightfully different. The journey into psychology is fascinating. Looking forward to the next book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shani Haywood

    Couldn't put this down once I had started. Very cleverly written and engaging from the first... my only complaint is I needed it to be a lot longer... I want more! Couldn't put this down once I had started. Very cleverly written and engaging from the first... my only complaint is I needed it to be a lot longer... I want more!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Deb

    I read the pilot and am now reading the full book. The pilot is worth reading, good action and lots of thought provoking script. Some of the spelling is a little weird but that could have something to do with the difference in UK English and US English. The one thing that I had a problem with is the female cop at the beginning, "Natalie". She is such a weakling! She should have been written stronger and way more knowledgeable in self-defense skills. Other than that the book is well worth the rea I read the pilot and am now reading the full book. The pilot is worth reading, good action and lots of thought provoking script. Some of the spelling is a little weird but that could have something to do with the difference in UK English and US English. The one thing that I had a problem with is the female cop at the beginning, "Natalie". She is such a weakling! She should have been written stronger and way more knowledgeable in self-defense skills. Other than that the book is well worth the read, especially since it is completely free. Can't beat that. When I finish the full book I will update my review. So, now that I have finished the book I can tell you that I no longer have a problem with the lady cop. I did have the whodunit figured down to two, but it was so worth reading to figure out which one and why. Cudos Nick, Good book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Izzy

    Awesome Love this book, lots to look forward to from the remaining two books, can't wait to received the links to finish what I have started Awesome Love this book, lots to look forward to from the remaining two books, can't wait to received the links to finish what I have started

  24. 4 out of 5

    Harry

    Short but sweet. Instead of disarming the villains with martial arts, Jon Kaine disarms them with psychology. I love the way tghe first and second halves of the book come together.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jay Williams

    A good, quick story. Not an extraneous word as Jon Kaine is drawn into danger when he stops at a bar to kill some time. A limited cast of characters provides the basis for action that continues unchecked. After an exciting buildup, the end sequence is so suspenseful I forgot to breath. Every word has meaning, and I immediately wanted to reread this book to try to absorb them all.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kara Su

    Holy wild ride, Batman! Tightly written, insightful and gripping - this short story was good enough that I was willing to trade my personal information for the second piece of the story! Well done, Mr Warren, well done indeed.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Barber

    Excellent For the first couple of pages I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy this novella. It had the feel of a old style gum-shoe detective story. However once beyond that first little bit I was hooked, in fact I couldn't put it down. The story developed fast and gave good characters who were engaging and believable. It contains more depth than a lot of stories of this length. If you like reading about action, crime, psychology, drama...... Let's change that..... If you like reading - you'll like (i Excellent For the first couple of pages I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy this novella. It had the feel of a old style gum-shoe detective story. However once beyond that first little bit I was hooked, in fact I couldn't put it down. The story developed fast and gave good characters who were engaging and believable. It contains more depth than a lot of stories of this length. If you like reading about action, crime, psychology, drama...... Let's change that..... If you like reading - you'll like (if not love) this book!

  28. 5 out of 5

    M Tierney

    Good Things Come In Small Packages A shortish story that has everything a longer read has, yet the brevity of the tale doesn't mean a compromise on substance. The characters are incredibly well defined considering you could almost read the whole book during your lunch break! I've signed up for part two as I should imagine everyone who has read part one has. Good stuff. Good Things Come In Small Packages A shortish story that has everything a longer read has, yet the brevity of the tale doesn't mean a compromise on substance. The characters are incredibly well defined considering you could almost read the whole book during your lunch break! I've signed up for part two as I should imagine everyone who has read part one has. Good stuff.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maria Hamilton

    Thrilling, exciting, fast-paced - a great story with some fascinating characters. Really clever - I can't wait for the second instalment! Thrilling, exciting, fast-paced - a great story with some fascinating characters. Really clever - I can't wait for the second instalment!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Paul Derrick

    Excellent Fast and flowing page turner haven't read anything by this either before but Will certainly put him on my watch list Excellent Fast and flowing page turner haven't read anything by this either before but Will certainly put him on my watch list

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