Someone wants his head.
All he wants is to see his son again.
Irish-born Aidan McRaney has just been released from prison. He served almost eight years for his part in the shooting of gang boss Frankie Lamond’s would-be assassin Brian Fitzwalter, while he was working as Lamond’s minder.
Now McRaney is out. His one, innocent desire is to be reunited with his nine year-old son Patrick.
Aidan’s seemingly simple goal turns out to be more difficult than Aidan imagined; after being repeatedly followed by a mysterious motorcyclist, he realises that someone is seeking revenge for his past crimes.
Things soon begin to spiral out of control as Aidan’s friends and loved-ones are caught up in the violence and betrayal that seem to follow him everywhere.
Friends turn into foes and foes into saviours in this unpredictable crime thriller.
I live in Thatcham in Berkshire, and work part time in a local care home. I spend the rest of my day writing, and have published five books online. The inspiration for my novels comes largely from the movies I watch, and from writers such as Jack Higgins and Gerald Seymour. I love all things Irish. I listen to old country and Irish country music while I write. Also old Methodist hymns. The music is conducive to scene setting, in which I often lose myself.
Jean’s website: jmshorney.wordpress.com
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Jean Shorney is also available for interview via Kris Barnes