FAN-TASTIC! Ridler is More Raw Than Konrath!

It’s been gratifying to see how much people like DEATH MATCH. It’s been ever more gratifying when it’s strangers, folks who stumbled upon the novel who don’t know me personally.

Example! I received an absolutely wonderful fan review of Death Match, in which I apparently bring more raw power to the table than Joe Konrath!

“Face it, at times Spar Battersea questing in Chisel made Jack Daniels detecting in Chicago look like St. Therese praying in Lisieux.”

Ha! I’ve only been compared to ebook champion Joe Konrath once before, but I like this comment even better! Now, if I could only have his sales . . .

But kidding aside, here’s my favorite part of the review.

“I was captivated by the story, in awe of the realistic fight scenes, entertained by the book’s mock serious tone, and Ridler’s rough and tumble syntax. Matter of fact, I felt a little breathless each time I put down the book.”

Well, if that doesn’t make you want to read it, I don’t know what will! So why not go read the rest of the review and then buy DEATH MATCH and get an injection of thrills, chills, and kills for the low low price if dime store donuts and piss poor coffee!:




About ridlerville

Jason S. Ridler is a historian, writer, and improv actor. He is the author of A TRIUMPH FOR SAKURA, BLOOD AND SAWDUST, the Spar Battersea thrillers and has published over sixty stories in such magazines and anthologies as The Big Click, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Out of the Gutter, and more. He also writes the column FXXK WRITING! for Flash Fiction Online. A former punk rock musician and cemetery groundskeeper, Mr. Ridler holds a Ph.D. in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada. He lives in Richmond, CA. Visit him on Facebook at
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