THE HIGHEST-SELLING DEBUT THRILLER OF 2021 – IT’S SO REAL, IT HURTS
It’s here: the landmark debut thriller from superstar Ant Middleton, million-selling, number one Sunday Times author of First Man In and Mental Fitness and star of SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Mallory – he was the best of the best, a Special Forces leader and a hero. But then he made a fatal decision, gambling with the lives of his men with terrible consequences: two dead, and his young friend Donno left in a coma.
Back on the streets, with nothing to lose, Mallory has a darkness growing inside him, a dangerous need to seek out trouble. Then Donno’s mother asks him for help: her other son, Scott, has gone missing in South Africa, and she wants Mallory to find him.
Perhaps it’s redemption, perhaps he’s looking for revenge on the world, but suddenly Mallory has a purpose, and nothing and no one is going to stand in his way.
‘A white-knuckler’ — GREGG HURWITZ
‘A real page-turner with a bang of a finish’ — SIMON KERNICK
‘A pressure cooker of thrills, excitement and fear’ — MARK DAWSON
*Hardback sales of hardback thriller debuts published in 2021 as measured by Nielsen Bookscan
Cold Justice is a taut, fast-moving thriller with a great, and eminently believable, protagonist in Mallory. A real page turner with a bang of a finish
It's a two-fisted hard-as-nuts thriller to challenge Andy McNab and Stephen Leather in the all-action market ... A page-ripping treat
A gritty, hard-hitting debut thriller
An authentic white-knuckle ride so immersive it will leave readers gasping for breath
An impressive debut thriller . . . Ant Middleton is sure to make a huge impact on the bestseller lists
The details convince, the plot works and the pace is satisfactorily fast
Cold Justice is filled with thrilling details and insights that can come only from boots-in-the-mud experience. This muscular action novel, with the mysterious Mallory leading the charge, hurtles the reader toward Hell Hour, where everything is at stake. A white-knuckler
A pressure cooker of thrills, excitement and fear... the literary equivalent of Alton Towers