A vigilante on the hunt. A journalist on a warpath. To expose an international crime ring they might have to pay the ultimate price…
Ex-CIA assassin Doug Hunter wants to forget his lethal past. But when he discovers a well-connected American involved in a grotesque child abuse network, his rage brings him out of retirement. Vowing to take down the entire twisted syndicate, his biggest obstacle will be keeping a beautiful investigative reporter out of the crossfire.
Tabloid journalist Kate Sullivan is hungry for her big break. And after securing classified information on the murder of a child-molesting millionaire, she's sure she's found her scoop. But when her stunning exposé makes headlines, her high profile could land her six feet under.
As Kate turns to Hunter for protection, the influential predators close in. But the more the pair learn about the shocking abuses, the clearer it becomes that this evil plot goes all the way to the top…
Can Hunter and Kate blow the lid off the horrifying conspiracy before their enemies silence them forever?
The Hack: International Crime Thriller is the first standalone book in the gripping Hunter/O'Sullivan Adventure series. If you like gritty characters, fast-paced mysteries, and the pursuit of justice, then you'll love Will Patching's suspenseful tale.
Read The Hack to join the fight for the innocent today!
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About the Author
His 'pull no punches' style and sparse but often brutal descriptive passages will not suit all readers, so if you are into cozy mysteries you might want to look elsewhere.
With complex plots and rounded characters, Will's novels are necessarily longer than average, usually well over 100,000 words, so these are definitely stories designed for readers who like to really get their teeth into a good yarn.
Now considered something of an expert on psychopaths, thanks to his extensive research and personal experience of people with this personality disorder, Will set up a popular website to help lay readers understand these destructive individuals and why their existence is so important to society in general.
Will's eclectic professional experience - from his teenage role as a 'gardener' weeding sewage treatment filter beds, through flying a Hawk jet very fast, very low and very dangerously before the RAF realised and booted him out, then attending Harvard on a course for potential CEOs, largely thanks to the Peter Principle of promotion, and more recently, to building his dream, a charter yacht that sank in SE Asian waters - all have led to a rich and varied life, often reflected in his writing.
Find out more at willpatchingauthor dotcom.