She lies in an Afghani prison cell, disowned by the CIA and regularly tortured. Seven months into her prison term, a lone operator stages a daring extraction. But who is Decker, the mysterious man behind her rescue?
He claims to represent The Committee, an international group made up of ex-professionals from the CIA, FBI, Interpol, MI5, Scotland Yard, Mossad and ASIS; a private organization that serves and protects where the current intelligence or justice agencies fall short.
Decker also claims to know her long-dead father, and brings to the table an offer she can’t refuse; “Go on one mission, and I’ll tell you about your father’s secret life.”
Her assignment: John Hope. Her orders: kill him.
HELL’S FURY is available from Amazon.
PD Martin – Phillipa Deanne Martin – lives in Melbourne, Australia and developed a passion for crime fiction and story telling at an early age. This interest was reinforced with formal education through a Bachelor of Behavioural Sciences (with majors in psychology and criminology) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Writing (creative writing).
She is the author of five novels featuring Australian FBI profiler Sophie Anderson. The first in the Sophie Anderson series, Body Count, was inspired by a nightmare that haunted Phillipa for years. The other books in the series are The Murderers’ Club, Fan Mail, The Killing Hands and Kiss of Death. Her books have been published in Australia, the US, the UK, Germany, France, Canada, Ireland, Turkey, New Zealand, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Argentina.
Phillipa has also moved into the ebook world, releasing an ebook novella, Coming Home (book 6 in the Sophie series at $2.99) and two collections of shorts – one collection contains two Sophie short stories (The Missing, $0.99) and the other two true-crime pieces (When Justice Fails, $0.99).
She also writes children’s/young adult fantasy under the pen name Pippa Dee. Her first book, The Wanderer, is now available on Amazon for $2.99. For more information visit pippadee.net.
Prior to becoming a full-time author, Phillipa worked as a professional writer for nearly ten years, writing award-winning copy for brochures, newsletters, websites, training CD-ROMs, flyers, ads, media releases and magazines.
For more information visit pdmartin.com.au.
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