Dark Art fast-track description


Dark Art Fast-track info

Dark Art is the second book in The Angels Share series. It follows on from Angels Cut.

They mangle his sister, terrorise his family and aim to terminate Sam – gotta move, survive, fight back

Dark Art Need to know

BIZZ is a greedy international cabal of organised crime, banking, government, politics, and security services taking lots of public money. They aim to stay invisible (sound familiar?) and no one gets in their way.

The Agency is a covert specialist group targeting corruption and fraud in the UK Government and beyond. It protects Sam’s family, for a price.

Dark Art overview

A monstrous psychopath hunts Sam … it’s only a matter of time
Corrupt officials dog The Agency … time’s running out
Nowhere is safe: UK, USA, Europe … nowhere
And there’s a dossier to die for… and people are dying
BIZZ goes for the jugular … Crunch-Time!


A rollicking, pacey, action thriller… a great read…: …this story has all the ingredients needed for a great thriller… a morally decent central character, dragged across the lines of society’s rules of propriety, reverting to his special forces skills to combat the harsh criminality that seeps throughout the narrative…Seumas Gallacher best-selling author of The Violin Man’s Legacy

Thrilling thriller!: Dark Art is another exciting read from Mac Logan, full of twists and turns, and a fair amount of black humour. Credible violence and the odd car chase all add to the race-to-the-line dénouement. Roll on the next instalment!FG Winskill Editor

Deeper than you think…: … 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 … I felt, as in Stieg Larsson’s novels, the visceral satisfaction of seeing justice meted out to the abusers of women.Maryann N, Seattle, WA

A very worthy sequel to Angels’ Cut: … Dark Art is a quick-paced thriller with equally quick banter. … Despite the oft humorous quips however, this book is perhaps even darker than the original. As its title suggests, this is about the dark arts, very specific skills and ways of doing things that Sam and his friends learned in their many years as special forces. Sam is increasingly forced to utilise these skills, slowly driving him towards the darker side of the human psyche and back to a life he thought he’d left behind.Martijn van Waveren exciting new author

DJ Phil White on Radio Humberside interviews Mac about Dark Art

The sands of time are running out … Sand? What sand?

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