Cold Justice: The Sunday Times bestselling thriller (Mallory)

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Cold Justice: The Sunday Times bestselling thriller (Mallory)

Cold Justice: The Sunday Times bestselling thriller (Mallory)

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It's the kind of book you can see translating to screen adaptation, it has that kind of vibe to it and I think that action thriller fans will be kept very happy. Then he meets the latter’s mother at the hospital; she is from South Africa, has recently lost her husband and is worried about her surviving son who has stopped communicating from South Africa. Six months ago when the hero of the story Mallory and his team are making plans to enter a compound where they have information that Anwar Salim an enemy commander will be holding a meeting with Omar Massoud one of his top men. I found the book well written and good entertaining for a few hours and are actually looking forward to the next one because of the cliffhanger. One time when he is visiting, Donno's mum approaches Mallory and she tells him that she is worried about the safety of her son, not Donno, her other son Scott.

Cold Justice" features not only a diverse cast of characters but several female characters that are interesting and dangerous on their own without being sexualized. We move on to the present time in Birmingham and we find Mallory in a bar trying not to get into a fight, which he ultimately does and ends up in a prison cell for the night. It's a truly globetrotting thriller as Mallory traverses the globe trying to complete his mission and it becomes even more enthralling and absorbing as it progresses with the tension being ratcheted up to extreme levels towards the end; it leaves you feeling breathless, and before you know it another similarly nail-biting moment swiftly arrives. First time I’ve read anything related to this genre, wasn’t expecting much, however I was pleasantly surprised. A mum who’s son served with Mallory, he flies across the globe to help her other son who is dire need of help.I did start liking Mallory less towards the end, where he became more like an American propaganda hero than the traumatized man he started as but that final plot twist at the end was everything I didn't know I wanted and left me screaming! Given the author’s background the plot summary will come as no surprise: the main character, simply referred to as Mallory, was part of the best of the best; a Special Forces leader. The description of each place is excellent, really well detailed and you feel like you could be there. The hero of the story, Mallory, ex special forces, is employed to travel to South Africa, to discover the whereabouts of the brother of his comatose army friend who has disappeared.

It’s here: the landmark debut thriller from superstar Ant Middleton, million-selling, number one Sunday Times author of First Man In and Mental Fitness and star of SAS: Who Dares Wins. Cold Justice" is an extremely unsettling and exciting book not because of what happens in it but because of who the author is. Danger seeking, survival expert, Mallory knows how to hide, how to kill and how to beat the odds against some very corrupt and brutal criminals. Reluctantly, as he has never done anything like this before, he agrees to try and help her find him. Middleton’s first foray into fiction is a decent action thriller, ticked all the right boxes for me.Mallory is asked by his mates mother to find her other son who has been kidnapped in South Africa… it’s a wild ride from there! This is not a genre I would normally read, however it was offered on pigeonhole, and the author is from my city, so I couldn't resist it. Mallory is a typical superhero in physical terms and the novel is, as expected, a fast-paced read with several twists and turns, gunfights, fistfights, explosions, secret organizations, counterintelligence, subterfuge, and car chases. Struggling with flashbacks and guilt, Mallory seems to have a very strong internal self destruct button which he likes to push. It is a game of cat and mouse, a chase to make the links between a code Donno and Scott's sadly now dead father hid and the unscrupulous people who want to use that code for their own gain.



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