#BLOGTOUR | The Phoenix Project (DI Jack MacIntosh #1) – Michelle Kidd @AuthorKidd @damppebbles #ThePhoenixProject #DIJackMacIntosh #damppebblesblogtours #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

Published in paperback and digital formats on 5th October 2018

How long can the past remain buried?

A simple message in a local newspaper. A set of highly sensitive documents left in the back of a London black cab. Both events collide to cause Isabel Faraday’s life to be turned upside down. Growing up believing her parents died in a car crash when she was five, Isabel learns the shocking truth; a truth that places her own life in danger by simply being a Faraday. Detective Inspector Jack MacIntosh of the Metropolitan Police races against time to save her, and at the same time unravels long forgotten secrets involving MI5, MI6, the KGB and NASA. Secrets that have lain dormant for twenty years. Secrets worth killing for. With kidnap, murder and suicides stretching across four continents, just what is the Phoenix Project?

The Phoenix Project is the first Detective Inspector Jack MacIntosh novel.

If you like a gripping page turner, with plenty of surprising twists, buy The Phoenix Project today to discover its secrets.

Amazon UK: https://amzn.to/3nLLqMQ
Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2IkU6Jz


Review:

The Phoenix Project (DI Jack MacIntosh #1) by Michelle Kidd is a crime thriller, mystery mixture that kept me on the edge of my seat from the beginning to end. This is a new author for me, and I am excited to see where this series goes.

This book did take me a second to get comfortable in. There are a lot of characters and the mystery creates a lot of questions. If you give it time, and things start becoming clear, the plot becomes so intriguing, you’ll have trouble setting it down.

I absolutely loved the twists and turns. Nothing was quite as it seemed and I was definitely invested. Looking forward to future books!

Rating:

4/5☆

*I received a free copy of this book from Damppebbles Blog Tours in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*


Michelle Kidd is a self-published author known for the Detective Inspector Jack MacIntosh series of novels.

Michelle qualified as a lawyer in the early 1990s and spent the best part of ten years practising civil and criminal litigation.

But the dream to write books was never far from her mind and in 2008 she began writing the manuscript that would become the first DI Jack MacIntosh novel – The Phoenix Project. The book took eighteen months to write, but spent the next eight years gathering dust underneath the bed.

In 2018 Michelle self-published The Phoenix Project and had not looked back since. There are currently three DI Jack MacIntosh novels, with a fourth in progress.

Michelle works full time for the NHS and lives in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She enjoys reading, wine and cats – not necessarily in that order J

Bibliography:
The Phoenix Project (DI Jack MacIntosh book 1)
Seven Days (DI Jack MacIntosh book 2)
The Fifteen (DI Jack MacIntosh book 3)

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