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Mickey Bale, a Met close protection officer, wants revenge on the mafia family who killed his sister. First in a gripping British thriller series from Anthony Riches. 'Nemesis is a full-throttle adventure' ANDY McNAB They killed his sister. Now he'll kill them all.Mickey Bale is an elite close protection officer. That's why the Met police has given him the toughest job of all: guarding the Minister of Defence at a moment when Chinese-British relations have hit a deadly boiling point. And when Mickey's life isn't on the line for his work, he's taking his chances waging war on a powerful London gang family. Their dealer supplied a lethal ecstasy pill to his sister, and Mickey is determined to take them down, one at a time. But will he get away with it - or will his colleagues in the force realise that the man on an underworld killing spree is one of their own? 'Nemesis is a full-throttle adventure that twists and turns from the corridors of power to London's gangland underbelly, propelled by a hero with a thirst for vengeance and the skillset to execute it' Andy McNab 'Nemesis kicks like a 12-bore shotgun ... A British thriller to rival Reacher' Giles Kristian 'Mickey Bale is a Jack Reacher for a harder, faster, more assured millennium. Nemesis is the kind of book for which the word 'compelling' was coined' Manda Scott 'Meet Mickey Bale - London's John Wick. A rocket-propelled grenade of a book, shot through with gallows humour. Guy Ritchie meets Lee Child' Robyn Young
Anthony Riches, coming from a family with three generations of army service, has always been fascinated by military history, psychology and weaponry - which led him to write the Empire series set in ancient Rome. The idea for his first contemporary thriller, Nemesis, came to him under the influence of jetlag at two in the morning in a Brisbane hotel room. He lives in rural Suffolk with his wife, two dogs the size of ponies and a bad tempered cat. www.anthonyriches.com @AnthonyRichesMore About Anthony Riches