Released 31st March 2011
take an ordinary man and train him to kill, he becomes
dangerous. When his mind is clouded by drugs, he becomes
unstable. When he loses everything he loves, he becomes a
lethal killing machine.
Mike Nash investigates a suspicious house fire, the
bizarre murder of a young drug addict and the disappearance of
a scientist’s daughter. When animal rights activists lay siege
to a laboratory that is later destroyed, Nash
and his colleagues are almost overwhelmed by the upsurge in
Their enquiries point to a man with a burning desire for revenge. But is he responsible? Or, are more sinister forces at work? Nash has to penetrate a cloak of secrecy to establish the truth.
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A bang up to date conspiracy theory
thriller that encompasses a dodgy and deadly chemicals
company, an even dodgier and deadlier government department,
an SAS trooper on his own personal revenge and a policeman who
is willing to risk his career in the course of justice. Bill
Kitson expertly leads you down dark and dangerous paths.
Echo, May 2011
What do you do when you’ve lost
everything? If you’re a trained killer you want revenge. And
if your physical and mental capabilities have been boosted by
a cocktail of drugs, your revenge will be terrible.
.....Something deeply unsettling
is going on, which the author Bill Kitson makes frighteningly
feasible, constructing a plot that slips quickly into the fast
lane. It starts with an ambush in the desert and switches to a
domestic tragedy in North Yorkshire and a break-in at a
secluded laboratory. Then, in a lonely village, a cottage
burns to the ground. Enter DI Mike Nash and his crew.....
Bill Kitson’s fourth thriller is a
sinister story that implicates the mighty and powerful.
Character descriptions are kept to a minimum, but the players
in the drama are nonetheless convincing and believable......
It’s a dark, unnerving piece of work, and the pace is frantic.
Don’t read it on a bus. You’ll
miss your stop.
Drewery, Scarborough Evening News, April 2011
..... entertaining read as we
follow DI Mike Nash on another intriguing case in which a
number of apparently unrelated crimes are drawn together by
the tenacity and determination of Mike and his team. ......
they have no idea their investigation will lead to the
activities of animal rights campaigners, kidnapping, revenge
and murder. It's all here, taking place in Yorkshire, and will
please crime aficionados.
Spence, Malton Gazette & Herald, June 2011
Bill Kitson pulls out all the
stops in this latest Mike Nash - squaddies back from
Afghanistan with murder in mind, mind-altering drugs, animal
rights activists - all contemporary themes and all knitted
together seamlessly in a modern police procedural that still
has time for the private lives of the policemen and women on
the front line. Little humour in this one, but it's realistic
and gritty, and it will keep you on tenterhooks.
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