Decisive Moment

Decisive Moment Fine art photographer Roger Morris should not have taken a paparazzo job to fill in for his loser brother He shouldn t have used his military training to pick a perfect sniper s perch from which to ai

  • Title: Decisive Moment
  • Author: Eduardo Suastegui
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fine art photographer Roger Morris should not have taken a paparazzo job to fill in for his loser brother He shouldn t have used his military training to pick a perfect sniper s perch from which to aim his telephoto lens at movie star Vivian Matisse and her Mexican cartel boyfriend, and he shouldn t have photographed them murdering her movie producer Now Roger must decidFine art photographer Roger Morris should not have taken a paparazzo job to fill in for his loser brother He shouldn t have used his military training to pick a perfect sniper s perch from which to aim his telephoto lens at movie star Vivian Matisse and her Mexican cartel boyfriend, and he shouldn t have photographed them murdering her movie producer Now Roger must decide whether to turn the photos over to the police or sell them to the highest bidder so he can pay off his brother s violent bookie Through what follows Roger will struggle to hold on to his new life as an artist, suspecting that as he runs out of options, the only way out traces along the barrel of his sniper rifle.

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    About “Eduardo Suastegui

    • Eduardo Suastegui

      Eduardo Suastegui has loved to daydream since he was a child With formal education in math and science, affirmed through hands on engineering experience in designing, building, and integrating gadgets of varying complexity, that daydreaming fed technological innovation On the side, it also fueled artistic expression.Of late that daydreaming has engendered stories about hackers, rogue AIs, and space travel, with than a few stories about a dog trainer and her military K9s sprinkled in Rumor has it he may even have a Western or two in him.Eduardo loves to dive into fast flowing, character driven stories With each of the books he reads or writes, he hopes to continue that adventure For him, a great story is one that moves ahead, but which also moves you More than anything, through his writing he hopes to connect with readers and so share a piece of himself with those who pick up all that daydreaming turned into written words.

    806 thoughts on “Decisive Moment

    • A great read that wastes no time in putting our protagonist into the thick of things and keeps us hooked with suburb action sequences, quick turns and a constant flood of 'Holy crap! What happens next?'At this story's core, we have a protective brother who wants to help his 'loser' brother get out of yet another tight jam, knowing that he's not only putting his own life in danger but calling upon skills he almost equates with a dark part of a life he'd rather forget. I think one of the most intr [...]


    • I enjoyed this book a lot.The author took me to a world of paparazzi, Hollywood stars and gangsters. But the characters and story turned out to be more than an action flick.There's a duality that the main character, Roger, exhibits and his interest in photography is his way of turning his back on his past, as if looking through the view finder of a camera is something he's always done, when in fact he has been looking through a sniper scope all those years ago. Creator as a photographer, destroy [...]


    • First off want to thank EDUARDO. SUASTEGUI for the free copy for honest review. This was a great book and I really enjoyed it from start to finish. It kept me on the edge of my seat at all times and was one that was hard to put down.Roger starts out taking photo's that soon turn into trouble. He is also trying to help his brother get out of a mess he ended up getting into with Nicko and his men. Things just don't seem to be picture perfect and all things start getting out of focus.I hope you enj [...]


    • More good readingLike cyber world books love tracking Jane did not like epilogue. Looking forward to more books by Mr suastegui in the future.


    • Thus far, Suastegui's Our Cyber World series seems to divide into two sub-series: hacker-photographers and sniper-photographers. I've been enjoying the heck out of both sub-series, in large part because the paradigm of photography, framing the shot and capturing the moment, is used to good effect in setting the scenes and telling the story.This episode brings several sharpshooter-turned-snapshotters together in a single story, with solid links to the quick eye and snap judgement that both tasks [...]


    • Where the author writes from what he knows he is eloquent and insightful and the effect is impressive. He draws upon his experience as a professional photographer and, if the tribulations of that trade were the sole substance of the work it would probably be superb. However the photography is a background to a rather incoherent story of gun violence.


    • Very GoodI enjoyed this book very much. It was clean, yet action packed. Roger, the main character, was flawed, real, but admirable in his standards. Yet he was too human, getting caught up in greed and pride, and getting caught up in a mess of intrigue and government maneuvering. All he wanted was the simplicity in his life, but he got the opposite. I recommend this book to anyone.



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