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Darkness Visible

(The second book in the Michael Devlin series)
A Novella by

'Tense and atmospheric.' - Humphrey Hawksley

A man can no more outrun his shadow, as he can escape his past.

Michael Devlin, former soldier and contract killer, thought he had retired. He was wrong.

Rameen Jamal - the man who murdered and maimed his comrades in Helmand - is in London.

Devlin vows to kill again.

He decides to call upon the help of the fixer, Oliver Porter, to plan the hit at The Ritz hotel.

But not everything will go to plan.

Darkness Visible is a page-turning novella, in the vein of Graham Greene's "entertainments" and Lee Child's Jack Reacher novels. Thomas Waugh, in the character of Michael Devlin, has created an engaging hero, or anti-hero, for our time.

Praise for 'Nothing To Lose'

'Graham Greene meets David Baldacci... 'Nothing To Lose' is philosophical, satirical and, most importantly, gripping. For lovers of thriller writing and literary fiction alike.' - Matt Lynn

'A gripping thriller, elegantly told. A complex plot, deftly handled. And a narrative that puts the city of London, with its wealth and poverty, goodness and evil, at the heart of the story.' - Alison Joseph.

Thomas Waugh is the pseudonym of a bestselling historical novelist.

Genre: Thriller

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