When Branigan’s face was plastered across the front page of the newspapers he might have lost his job in the Secret Intelligence Service, but not his ability to disappear undercover.
Asked by Chloe Travers’ parents to look for their missing daughter who has written her version of his story, Branigan finds his world turned upside down.
Chloe’s parents are not who they seem, and he finds himself sucked into a race against time to identify who among his ex-colleagues is masterminding a terrorist plot to rival 9/11.
His only allies are Chloe, the girl he was sent to rescue, and Alan Armstrong, a socially-challenged computer geek.
With the Intelligence Service, the police, and rogue agents after them, the unlikely trio must identify the architect of the plot against Branigan and stop a cataclysmic terrorist attack.
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I’ve always written.
That’s how I met my wife, Nicola – we swapped an email, I wrote and described what I was up to, she then wanted to read more of my anecdotal writing.
It’s because of Nicola that I’ve taken the joy I get from writing and finished Scapegoat.
It’s my first book and there is already a sequel on the way.
Nicola and I have one son who lives in Devon and unwittingly has provided a great deal of inspiration for one of the key characters.
Because our boy has some challenges in life, Nicola and I spend much of our spare time down in Devon.
We love reading, the outdoors and have almost finished building our own home from scratch.
Now that I have more time on my hands, I want to focus more on writing.
You can contact me at email@example.com