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The bones and the bodies of his victims tell a horrible story… 99 Years: A Maximum Sentence Thriller by Richard DeVall

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99 Years: A Maximum Sentence Thriller

by Richard DeVall
4.3 stars – 13 reviews
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Here’s the set-up:
Death can’t come soon enough.
The bones and the bodies of his victims tell that horrible story. Cityborn plays with his subjects like a cat with a wounded bird.
He’s a conning, compulsive, patient sociopath. And, he’s finally off the streets and locked up and put away. In prison, violence and money are power. Cityborn has both. He thrives in a dangerous and tense environment. His influence grows and reaches beyond the walls of the Clemens Rehabilitation Facility.

You’ll enjoy this book if you want a thrill ride based on hard science fiction. There are two worlds described in this book, and they are diametrically opposed. One is a place where young couples start families and establish their careers. The other is a dark world inside a prison.
The only thing that destroys darkness is light. Find out what happens when the two worlds collide.
Here are a few Five-star reviews for this new book.
The idea behind this story is fantastic. Extending human life has been the focus of science fiction for decades, but this took it in the thriller genre. Cityborn is a great character that the reader can’t help but hate. He is ruthless, selfish, and also incredibly interesting. I would highly recommend this to thriller fans as well as science fiction fans.
Great book! I highly recommend it.
Great story! I couldn’t put this book down.

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