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Cover–up? Kill?

A frightening insight into the Establishment driven business of crime and its horrific consequences. Steffan Lewis

People say… ‘it’s one law for them and another for us’ … ‘we bale out the banks and they get the bonuses’ … ‘Where’s the justice, the fairness?’ …

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone sorted the Establishment criminals out? Here you go

An intern investigative journalist faces the crushing darkness of establishment criminality and cover-up. Will she survive?

AN EXPLOSIVE DOSSIER is evidence of cynical corruption and criminality permeating the UK Establishment.

REV SAM DUNCAN, a seasoned former soldier and tier one operative, arrives in London for a happy catchup with his wee sister, Eilidh*, only to find she’s missing.

Worse still, EVENTS BLIND-SIDE SAM as a simple investigation turns into a hair-raising quest when big money and corrupted professional agencies dog the investigation.

There’s no let up as THE STAKES GO STRATOSPHERIC when Sam’s family are attacked.

And, AS IF THAT ISN’T ENOUGH, what about Eilidh?

“As this book opens, it seems an exciting, and very readable, action thriller. Then as the characters are developed one is drawn in by the witty dialogue, by the fierce and touching family loyalties, and by the noble defense of the vulnerable against those who would abuse them to their own ends. Initially repelled by the violence in this novel, I felt, as in Stieg Larsson’s novels, the visceral satisfaction of seeing justice meted out to the abusers of women.” Maryann Ness WA USA

Does criminality stem from incompetence and unaccountability?  Are governments complicit or simply complacent?

Mac Logan’s thrillers highlight the corrupt people and cadres who screw us, avoid tax and steal our money.

cover–up kill Eilidh's takenTHE TRAIL LEADS from Scotland to London and on into Ireland. Sam realizes he is on the slippery tip of a gigantic iceberg. Indeed, as the true scale emerges, evidence points to Europe, the USA and beyond.

ALL THE WHILE danger grows, from France to the forests of the Pacific Northwest, and even an Irish abbatoir, the gloves are off. If the bad guys want a bare-knuckle fight, so be it.

If you like great British writing, with international action and a Celtic soul, you’ve come to the right place. Angels Cut and Dark Art are available now in eBook and paperback. Devils Due is out in 2018.

“Like all other reviewers, I found this book fast-paced, enjoyably unpredictable and just that bit ‘different’ from other action thrillers I’ve read. Sam Duncan is an attractive (and impressive) hero and the generally short chapters keep the book moving; it’s page-turning stuff. The plotting is skilful and there’s enough character-building to prevent this from being merely a series of fast-moving events. In a very competitive field this stands out . Well done Mac Logan!” hillbank68 – Amazon TOP 500 REVIEWER

*Eilidh is pronounced “Ay-Lee”Macs blog button

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