‘Where is Tony Blunt? The former Paratrooper, having been taken into the fold of an emerging, ambitious, and savage fundamentalist group, has gone to ground without a trace.
Alex, the former Army communicator, is persuaded to return by John, the ex-Special Forces senior, to help track down the terrorist group that killed their leader and several other comrades – Tony Blunt is their only lead.
Working with multiple agencies, including The Security Service, can Alex and the team locate Blunt and stop him before he executes his masterpiece?’
I read the first book, The Watch List and absolutely loved it, so you can imagine my excitement when Where is Tony Blunt? came into my email for a blog tour. The best news is that not only has Joseph Mitcham written an excellent second novel…he surpassed the first, and that is hard to do!
This is one heck of a ride. The tension, the pacing, the thrills…it was impossible for me to put down, even in the unsettling moments. Whew. It felt like I was holding my breath through everything. I love when a book can grip me in that way.
Excellent. If I could give this more than five stars, I would. Don’t miss out on this one!
*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.*
Joseph Mitcham served with the British military in elite and technical units for over 16 years. His service not only gave him a thorough tactical and technical understanding of some of techniques and processes employed in his first novel, it also provided him with the opportunity to develop himself, earning a first class honours degree in business leadership by the end of his service.
His debut novel, The Watch List, was published in 2019. The inspiration for writing ‘The Watch List’ was taken from personal experiences from the roles that he has served in and characteristics from some of the people that he has served with. Joseph has written an incredible, yet compellingly credible story that plays out in our world as he sees it today.
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