As if releasing CON JOB, the next Spar Battersea adventure, wasn’t enough, I’m making DEATH MATCH free for the next couple of days! So, if you wanted to read CON JOB, but were concerned you’d miss out on the earlier Spar goodness, you can get it for free and all those pesky problems are solved.

Who loves ya, baby!

So go enjoy DEATH MATCH, and see the truth of what these good folks are saying!

“A brash, fresh, and entertaining talent steps into the ring.”– Scott Nicholson, Liquid Fear

“Death Match is a rock ‘em sock ‘em addition to the noir canon. Gritty, relentless, and wry as hell, Ridler brings the pain.” Laird Barron, award winning author of The Light is the Darkness

“Death Match is a literary beatdown that takes you to the top rope and piledrives you face-first onto a box of flaming thumbtacks — in a good way.” –Ben Thompson, Bad Ass: Birth of a Legend, and the website, Bad Ass of the Week.

“Fast, breezy and barbarous, Death Match is a fine, innovative noir from an exciting new writer. Reading the book is like eating a corn dog while watching a lard fire run through a greasy-spoon, it’s both tasty and nasty.” –Lucius Shepard, multiple-award-winning author of A Handbook of American Prayer

“A swift blow to the head. Ridler’s Death Match is a fast-paced battle royal of such character and action that even once you’re bleeding profusely, you don’t want him to ring the final bell.” Trent Zelazny, author of To Sleep Gently

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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