Ready for Anything

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Pub Date 09 Oct 2017 | Archive Date 25 Oct 2017

Description

Killing isn’t good for the soul…

After the tragic shooting of a friend during his last job Michael Devlin promises to never draw his gun again.

But he is tracked down and blackmailed by Mason Talbot, a CIA agent stationed in London, into planning a hit on a prominent UK politician.

With the help of the fixer, Oliver Porter, Devlin must carry out the job – and somehow find a way to prevent himself from becoming one of Talbot’s assets.

The assassination goes ahead. But Talbot inhabits a world of smoke and mirrors. Not all goes according to plan.

Devlin will end up confronting his most formidable enemy of all, his conscience.

Ready For Anything is a smart and entertaining thriller. Thomas Waugh, in the character of Michael Devlin, has created an engaging hero, or anti-hero, for our time.

Perfect for fans of Graham Greene, Lee Child and Vince Flynn.

Killing isn’t good for the soul…

After the tragic shooting of a friend during his last job Michael Devlin promises to never draw his gun again.

But he is tracked down and blackmailed by Mason Talbot, a...


Advance Praise

"A superior thriller - filled with twists, satire and human insight" - Steven O'Brien The London Magazine

"A superior thriller - filled with twists, satire and human insight" - Steven O'Brien The London Magazine


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