THEY MADE HIM A TARGET. HE'LL MAKE THEM PAY.
'FLAWLESS...Michael Ledwidge has the gift.' James Patterson, world's bestselling author.
When a private jet crashes into the Caribbean sea, diving instructor Michael Gannon is the only person on the scene. Finding six dead men and a suitcase full of cash and diamonds, Gannon assumes he's the beneficiary of a drug deal gone wrong.
However, it seems one of the passengers was the Director of the FBI - despite the official story that he died of natural causes in Italy. Suddenly pursued by a shadowy cabal of the world's most powerful and dangerous men, Gannon will only survive if he unravels a terrifying conspiracy.
But those determined to kill him will learn that Gannon's past holds its own deadly secrets...and the hunters soon become the prey.
One man will stop at nothing to survive in this pulse-racing thriller that will grip fans of Lee Child, David Baldacci, James Patterson and Gregg Hurwitz.
Michael Ledwidge is the author of The Narrowback, Bad Connection, and most recently the coauthor, with James Patterson, of The Quickie, Step on a Crack, and Worst Case. He has coauthored several New York Times bestsellers.
Michael Ledwidge has the gift - he knows how to involve us in the story from page one. The writing is sharp and the action doesn't let up. Stop at Nothing is FLAWLESS.
I'm not sure how he did it - it seems to defy science - but Michael Ledwidge figured out a way to write a book using pure, distilled adrenaline. Michael Gannon is a fantastic protagonist, destined for the pantheon of characters we love to follow through countless adventures. Here's hoping for many more.
Rob Hart, author of The Warehouse
In Stop at Nothing, Michael Ledwidge give us sharply drawn characters in a tense, fast-paced adventure that keeps the reader entertained from the intriguing start to the wild finish.
Thomas Perry, author of The Burglar
Stop at Nothing is a smart, brawny thriller that moves fast and surprises often. The action is tense, the characters are surely drawn, and a wonderful sense of authenticity drives the story. Best of all, the writing is assured and stylish. Stop at Nothing is a high speed roller coaster that will carry you away.
T. Jefferson Parker, author of The Last Good Guy