One man. One day. One way out.
When Danny Shanklin woke up in a strange hotel, he never expected today would be spent running for his life. But the high-powered rifle strapped to his hands and the unknown dead man on the floor say otherwise.
It’s only when the sirens start wailing outside that Danny realizes today will be different. Today will be the worst day of his life. He just hopes it’s not his last.
Framed and forced to run, Danny sets out on a heart-pounding race against time to escape and track down the terrorists who set him up—and make them pay. But with 500,000 CCTV cameras; 33,000 cops; nine intelligence agencies; and dozens of news channels all hot on his trail, how long can one innocent man survive?
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About the Author
Emlyn Rees published his first crime novel at age twenty-five and his second a year later, then co-wrote seven comedies with Josie Lloyd, including the Sunday Times bestseller Come Together. He is the commissioning editor of British and American paperback crime fiction imprint Exhibit A and lives on, near, and around Brighton beach.