The Treadstone Resurrection by Joshua Hood #BlogTour
Books / March 7, 2020

Treadstone made Jason Bourne an unstoppable force, but he’s not the only one Review   Thanks to the guys at Midas PR for my stunning hardback copy of this new adventure into Robert Ludlum’s Bourne universe, The Treadstone Resurrection by Joshua Hood. Coinciding with the amazon Prime Video series of the same name, this new book by Joshua Hood brings a new hero into the game. Enter Adam Hayes. This is Jason Bourne – ultra version. I’ve not read any of the previous books but I’ve seen the movies so I at least had some knowledge of The Bourne universe . In regards to Bourne – this is NOT Jason Bourne. As I’ve just written Adam Hayes is an amped version. And the book and characters Deserves judging on its own merits. This book is a about a soldier out for vengeance. A Tactical assault. It’s everything you want in an action thriller. Thrills, spills, blood and violence and a body count off the scale. Very detailed descriptions of the weaponry and tech, The pace and action never lets up, its riotous entertainment from an author who knows his stuff. Safe to say that Robert Ludlum’s universe is in very…

Deep State by Chris Hauty #BlogTour
Uncategorised / February 28, 2020

Hayley Chill isn’t your typical West Wing intern. Ex-military and as patriotic as she is principled, she is largely vilified by her peers and lauded by her superiors – it’s a quick way of making enemies. It is Hayley who finds the body of the White House chief of staff, Peter Hall, on his kitchen floor having died from an apparent heart attack. It is also Hayley who notices a single clue which suggests his death was deliberate, targeted. That he was assassinated. Unsure who to trust, Hayley works alone to uncover a wideranging conspiracy that controls the furthest reaches of the government. And Hall is just the beginning – the president is the next target. Hayley must now do the impossible: stop an assassination, when she has no idea who the enemy is, all while staying hidden, with Peter’s final words to her ringing in her ears: Trust no one. Because the Deep State will kill to silence her. And they are closing in. *** It is entrenched. It is hidden. It is deadly. Who can you trust? Review   Thanks to RandomThingsTours and Simon and Schuster UK for copy of the explosive debut thriller ‘Deep State’ by Chris…

The Weight of Shadows by Karl Holton (Shadow Series 1)
Books / February 15, 2020

When you have spent your life in the shadows, what would you do at the dying of the light? Three years ago the best murder detective in London is blamed for the death of his colleague and kicked out of the Met. A man with secrets buried in the past and present returns to London, the city that started the mysterious career which made him a billionaire. The two need each other. But they have no idea how much. A gripping crime thriller mystery with twists from the beginning to end. Review The First part of the Shadow Series by Karl Holton, ‘The Weight of Shadows’ introduces Danny Benedict of the NCA. An intriguing first chapter opens up an excellent start to this series. A story involving eastern european gangsters, a Jewellery heist and mob hitmen, this fast paced, breath-taking thrill ride will pull you along in its tailwind.. With a range of characters, the story jumps around as each chapter covers a part of each players story. Written over the course of a few days, this cat and mouse thriller is tense, thrilling and bombs along at great speed. Clever protagonists and nasty bad guys, it’s a book with…

Going Rogue by Neil Lancaster (Tom Novak 2) #BlogTour
Books / February 4, 2020

Tom Novak is back. When a spate of deadly terrorist attacks hit the streets of London, Tom finds himself thrust into the middle of a fight for the survival of all he holds dear. When the attackers hit closer to home than he could ever imagine, Tom is forced to make a choice between his duty or his conscience. In doing so, he enters a series of increasingly dangerous worlds, in the darkest corners of humanity. Can Tom and his colleagues get to the bottom of a plot which threatens the very fabric of society? Will they stop the terrorists before it’s too late? When faced with the ultimate choice, which way will Tom go? After all, as Cameron always says: “Always do right, boy…” Review Thanks to Dampbepples Blog Tours for my invite on to the tour for the 2nd book by Neil Lancaster in the explosive ‘Tom Novak’ series, Going Rogue. Tom Novak is back! and then some! I recently read the first book in the series, Going Dark, in preparation for this tour so was very much looking forward to this, and I wasnt disappointed at all! Feeling even more action packed and with more of an…

Zero Days by Ian Williams
Books / January 13, 2020

Thanks to Red Door Press for my copy of Zero Days by Ian Williams, in exchange for my impartial review.   As described on the cover, this is very much a cyber thriller, it’s very techie, though never weighing the reader down as it’s all explained very well for even the biggest technophobe. Hacking, Cyber terrorism, computer viruses and more, this is an action adventure spliced with tech and its spread across the globe from Berlin to Myanmar. Burma or Myanmar is very prevalent as is much of Asia and it’s excellently described. Chuck Drayton is a decent protagonist, and there are plenty of bad guys to keep him busy. Thrills and spills, and twists a plenty. It’s very much a switch off and enjoy type of book with an action movie type vibe. A clever, entertaining and eye-opening read into the world of the internet and it’s darkest corners. A cracking ‘Cyber’ Thriller and I happily recommend. 4 🔥🔥🔥🔥