Greenwich Mean Time


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$19.95  $18.55
Coffeetown Press
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.9 inches | 0.96 pounds

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About the Author

Reed Bunzel is the author of a half dozen crime novels and thrillers, as well as several nonfiction books. He also is the author of BunzelGram, a weekly newsletter that focuses on mysteries and thrillers both in print and on the screen. A former media industry executive, Bunzel was editor-in-chief for United News and Media's San Francisco publishing operations, overseeing the weekly publication of The Gavin Report and in his career he was editor-in-chief of Streamline Publishing's Radio Ink and Streaming magazines, as well as an editor at Radio & Records and Broadcasting magazine. Additionally, he served in an executive capacity at both the National Association of Broadcasters and the Radio Advertising Bureau.A graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, Bunzel holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology, cum laude. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, he resides with his wife Diana in Charleston, South Carolina.


Greenwich Mean Time

Reed Bunzel.

This competent series launch from Bunzel (the Jack Connor series) opens as five passengers in a private aircraft are shot in the head by the pilot, who then bails out. Six years later, Monica Cross, a photographer for Earth Illustrated magazine, is hiking up a mountain in Pakistan when she's attacked by two jihadists. She escapes death, but falls off a cliff and finds herself amid the remains of a plane crash containing five bodies. This was the plane abandoned by the pilot six years before, an assassination job set up by a clandestine entity known as the Greenwich Global Group. When the pilot, ex-Marine Ronin Pythian, learns that the plane has been found and Cross is in grave danger, he decides to try to rescue her, feeling responsible for her plight. The complicated plot includes such odd characters as a murder-committing U.S. vice president, a Supreme Court justice killed in a sex sting operation, and the dying nonagenarian head of the G3 known as the Chairman. Pythian can read and control minds, which makes him "the deadliest man alive." That he's basically invulnerable takes the danger out of the attacks on him. Those with a taste for over-the-top action fare will be satisfied. Publishers Weekly

'Greenwich Mean Time is a tightly spun thriller that plays out against a violent plot designed to change the course of history forever"

Review form The Big Thrill