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Into The Fire

The Detainee Book 2

By Peter Liney

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The second in Peter Liney's Detainee series. Clancy thought escape from the island would be enough. He was wrong.

The second in Peter Liney's Detainee series. Clancy thought escape from the island would be enough. He was wrong.

Having escaped the island - a wasteland that housed those no longer able to contribute to society - ageing 'Big Guy' Clancy thought his fighting days were done. But the mainland is not the haven he anticipated.

With the punishment satellites that kept the island - and the city - under control gone, hell has been unleashed. A mysterious organisation has begun to decimate the population; those it doesn't kill outright are herded into the streets and then set free to run for the rich and powerful to hunt.

Clancy is about to discover that his work is far from over.

And the fires of hell don't burn much hotter than this.

'Impressively dark' - Financial Times

Biographical Notes

Peter Liney was born in Wiltshire but has spent a large part of his life overseas. He has written sitcoms for ABC and Channel 4, and drama for the BBC and South African radio. The full Detainee trilogy is published by Jo Fletcher Books. He lives in Salisbury.

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  • ISBN: 9781782060390
  • Publication date: 06 Aug 2015
  • Page count: 368
  • Imprint: Jo Fletcher Books
A compelling story about adaptability, compassion and courage — Bibliosanctum
A solid continuation of The Detainee. Peter Liney doesn't let his story falter at any given moment — Book Plank
Impressively dark — Financial Times

Peter Liney is a description genius . . . The Detainee is definitely a book that should be read by all

— Fresh Fiction
a heartbreaking dystopian story about srvival, cruelty and slowly regaining a little bit of hope — Draumr Kopa on The Detainee
The Detainee had me gripped — And Then I Read A Book