Welcome to the blog tour for The Killing Crew by Murray Bailey. Thanks to the author for the tour invite. Let me know what you think in the comments.
Ash Carter and Bill Wolfe are in Israel hunting a group of British Army deserters known as the Killing Crew. Some people think they were a myth, others believe they were the most hated of British soldiers.
In the newly formed state that’s at war with the Arab nations, hated by Jews and despised by Arabs, the two SIB officers think they face an uncomfortable task.
But when they become targets they realise this is more than just a job. It’s life or death.
The Killing Crew is not my first read by Murray Bailey and won’t be my last. This can be read as a standalone, in my opinion.
I like learning more about Ash Carter during his younger year. I already really enjoyed his character, but learning about his past made him even more well-rounded for me. His backstory clearly lays out how and why he becomes the character he is in the other books.
Murray Bailey is an excellent thriller writer. The twists and turns come out of nowhere and the pace is always fast. It’s easy to get sucked into The Killing Crew and it’s difficult to put down.
I really enjoyed The Killing Crew and would definitely recommend giving it a read. Easy five stars for me.
Thank you to author Murray Bailey for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Murray Bailey Is the author of Amazon bestseller Map of the Dead, the first of the series based on his interest in Egyptology. His main series however is the Ash Carter thrillers, inspired by his father’s experience in the Royal Military Police in Singapore in the early 1950s.
Murray is well traveled, having worked in the US, South America and a number of European countries throughout his career as a management consultant. However he also managed to find the time to edit books, contribute to articles and act as a part-time magazine editor.
Murray lives on the south coast of England with his family and a dog called Teddy.
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