A terrorist threat, a sinister organisation, and a threat to the security of the free world.
Renowned British lawyer and Sandhurst military academy dropout, Mark Lucas King is assigned the case of his career: to prosecute known terrorist Mohammed Al-Azidi.
All King wants is justice and to do his job successfully. But his peaceful life is shattered when a team of merciless hitmen targets him and his family and the court case collapses. Framed for assault and suspected of his wife’s murder, King must leaves his legal career behind and go back to his old career as a British Army sniper in order to catch those responsible and hold them to account. Mark King’s brand of justice doesn’t involve a court room.
Forced to battle against highly trained hitmen to clear his name, King discovers that a sinister organisation known as Invictus Advoca is operating behind the scenes. What is their connection to him and the Al-Azidid case?
As the hunt for those responsible takes him far across Europe, can Mark unravel the mysteries that shroud this secretive organisation and peel back the layers to discover why he and his family have found themselves the target of professional hitmen?
Time is not on Mark King’s side as he races to prevent a global terror threat, discover who killed his wife, and find out who wants him dead, and why.
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Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite I liked Hit by P.S. Bridge. It has all the elements I have come to love in a good thriller. A smart capable hero. A ruthless, sinister organization of powerful individuals planning world domination. Throw in a breathtakingly fast pace of critical events and you have a great story. I could not put this book down. I couldn't find a break in the action, a place where I could walk away from it and come back later. Hit by P.S. Bridge is definitely a hit with me. I am an ex-military man and I get tired of novels where the actions and people are blatantly unprofessional. It was a pleasure to read a novel where the good guys and the bad guys were smart, capable and intelligent. It added a sense of heightened tension to the story. It is the difference between watching amateurs and professionals. It doesn't matter what kind of competition you are watching. You recognize supreme skill and effort. I’m not going to spoil the story with spoilers. The story should be unveiled to you at the discretion of the writer. When the writer is good, that results in great entertainment. P.S. Bridge is good. And in Mark King he has invented a protagonist whose popularity could rise to the level of Ian Fleming's James Bond. Mark is so likable that the reader is instantly invested in the story. When tragedy strikes, we are angry and outraged for him. Mark King is a great creation. But every character in Hit rings true. That is only one reason it is such an awesome novel. I can’t wait for the sequel, Hit: Hitback.