Dark Art 2nd book in a Wild and Explosive thriller series (video)

Dark Art 2nd book in a Wild and Explosive thriller series (video)

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Mac Logan's Dark Art - the Dice - buy a bookYou’ve come to the right place if you like the Bourne movies and writers like Lee Child, Robert Crais & James Patterson. In fact, if a well-researched, fast-paced style floats your boat, Dark Art – is for you.

Review of Dark Art - the Dice

Dark Art, Book 2 in the Angels’ Share Series

A nondescript man walks into an upmarket restaurant in the City of London. Within seconds, a senior banker lies dead. Shortly afterwards, a senior Civil Servant is also shot. Someone is tidying up.

Dark Art picks up where Angels’ Cut leaves off. In Europe and the USA, Sam Duncan squares up to a secret cabal motivated by greed and power. These players incite corruption, treachery and murder.

It takes courage to stay in the fight

Dark Art book coverSam Duncan and his minder Tonka are up to their necks in trouble. The UK, Europe and the USA host a lethal escalation of the battle against a monstrous global confederacy.

Inevitably, the cartel of business, gangsters, bankers, officials and politicians want the investigation shut down. Money talks as betrayal and murder stalk Sam and his team.

Powerful, corrupt people cover-up

In the global economy, as pervasive as the Internet, unscrupulous people hold the high ground.

In this gritty and topical conspiracy thriller, death shadows an investigation. The more the investigators uncover, the more vicious their well-connected enemies become. People die. Of course, there are good guys, but who can you trust? Just who?

Enjoy Dark Art, a topical investigative and political conspiracy thriller – even Brexit sneaks in.

‘The excitement and action are cranked up another notch … Some players they trusted are proven unworthy as the dark corruption bleeds into government agencies. Thrilling to the last page. A very satisfying read!’ Virginia Gray, best selling author, USA

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