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Bushfire

Bushfire is a terrifying thriller of greed and deceit.

The action spans the oceans, from Colombia to the British Isles, and is set against the inferno of a raging drugs culture.

Cumbria undercover detective, Boyd, and the covert power of the State, battle against globally organised crime syndicates unaware that some amongst them have different plans private and personal revenge.

The author received a commission for this novel from a London publishing house that subsequently went into liquidation. Thereafter, Paul Anthony decided to take the self publishing route and is happy to report that Bushfire reached #1 in the UK kindle store – crime fiction. It was also a publishing house bestseller.

AMAZON REVIEWS:

`Bushfire’ is a fast paced, expertly written, brilliant tale of crime and suspense. The plot is clever, multi layers, detailed and precise. The writing has great depth which makes the reader feel as though they are right there, in the middle of this dangerous world of crime. This book is captivating and filled with adventure, excitement and drama. In a nutshell, this story has all the hallmarks of a Martina Cole book, but the big difference between the two is that what Paul Anthony has created in `Bushfire’ feels real, raw and grown-up.  This is a book that will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first page to the last. I have only ever read one crime thriller which felt absolutely real – `Bushfire’ by Paul Anthony

 

Make no doubt about this author’s credentials; he is clearly writing from experience and crafts well defined characters and spins them into a fast moving contemporary plot. I am an author myself, but far from let that dissuade you as to my independence, please be encouraged by it. One of the hardest jobs as a writer is to relax and enjoy a good yarn without over-reading something. Mr Anthony manged this for me as I was dragged effortlessly through this book. Good job well done.
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