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A Good Night to Kill

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781529415254

Price: £9.99

ON SALE: 26th October 2023

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

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‘A powerful new voice in thriller writing’ ADAM HAMDY

Born and raised in London, Pretty Boy has spent the last ten years in exile after being forced out of his hometown. He’s learned patience, and how to disappear. Now Pretty Boy is ready to get his revenge on those who need to pay for his lost years.

Meanwhile, back in the city, things have moved on. People still talk about Pretty Boy, of course. He’s a legend, more myth than man, and rumours run wild about his deadly legacy. But most think they’ve seen the last of him. He’s finished.

Someone who never gave up on Pretty Boy is Alan Pierce. The former policeman turned corrupt businessman has always lived by his own rules: stay focussed, stay one step ahead of the enemy, stay alive. Alan and Pretty Boy have history – Pretty Boy owes him everything – so when Alan finds himself fighting a drug-fuelled war on all fronts, there’s only one man he wants to turn to. But where is Pretty Boy?

Sharp, fast-paced and gripping and with a cast of unforgettable characters, A Good Night to Kill is a heart-pounding tale of justice, loyalty, and of what happens when two men turn to face the fight they’ve been trying to outrun.

Praise for Amen Alonge and A Good Day to Die

‘Action-packed, gripping, and wildly entertaining’ ADAM HAMDY

‘One of those books that you hate to put down’ 5* READER REVIEW

‘A smart, gritty, action-packed’ WILLIAM SHAW

‘[An] ultra violent and propulsive London thriller’ 5* READER REVIEW


‘A great non-stop action thriller with an explosive ending’ 5* READER REVIEW

‘A cracker of a debut’ TREVOR WOOD

‘Enthralling’ 5* READER REVIEW


Literary Review
Powerful thriller... which moves almost as fast as the many bullets its characters fire at each other
Literary Review
[A Good Night to Kill] has the savage verve of a Jacobean revenge play
Sunday Times

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