Welcome to my stop on the book tour for Nobody’s Agent by Stuart Field. Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the invite. Read on for my review!
In the Small town of Finchley, upstate New York, three bodies are discovered in an old mine. Soon after, Sheriff Doug Harrison contacts the FBI for help.
Ronin Nash is an ex-FBI special agent who wanted nothing more than to finish restoring the old family lake house. Now, Nash’s old boss wants him back and on the Finchley case.
Nash takes the job and travels to Finchley, expecting to solve the case quickly, but it turns out that things are not not as clear-cut as he thought. Someone in the small town has a secret, and they’re willing to go to any lengths to protect it.
A riveting crime thriller, Nobody’s Agent is the first book in Stuart Field’s Ronin Nash series.
Nobody’s Agent by Stuart Field is not my first read by this author, so I was excited to jump into this story. I’m so glad I did. This is such a great plot line. I was totally engaged with the story from the beginning to the end.
I loved the characters. Ronin is such a great main character. Stuart Field is a great writer. His characters lead this story and really help the reader get invested. Characters are flawed and very lifelike, which is how I enjoy my books!
Another great read by Stuart Field. I am very excited about this series and eagerly waiting for the next book. I recommend giving this a read!
Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the free review copy and tour invite. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Stuart Field is a British Army veteran who now works in security after serving twenty-two years in the British Army. As well as working full time he writes in his spare time.
Stuart was born and raised in the West Midlands in the UK.
His love for travel has been an inspiration in some of his work with his John Steel and Ronin Nash thriller series.
As well as future John Steel novels, Stuart is working on a new series and standalone novels.
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