The Break explodes into the gangland world of 90s Soho, by snooker world champion and national superstar, Ronnie O'Sullivan.
It's 1997 and Cool Britannia's in full swing. Oasis and Blur are top of the pops and it feels like the whole country's sorted out for E's and wizz.
But it's not just UK plc that's on a high. Life's looking up for Frankie James too. He's paid off his debts to London's fiercest gang lord, Tommy Riley. His Soho Open snooker tournament is about to kick off at his club. The future looks bright.
But then Frankie finds himself being blackmailed by a face from his past. They want him to steal something worth millions. It's enough to get him killed. Or banged up for life if he says no.
Frankie's going to need every ounce of luck and guile that he's got if he's going to pull off the heist of the century and get out of this in one piece.
The Break is the third, fast-paced Soho Nights thriller, by snooker champion Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Since turning professional in 1992, Ronnie O'Sullivan has clocked up an incredible number of awards and trophies, including the UK Championship, the China Open, the Regal Championships, the Benson and Hedges Masters and the British Open. In January 2000 O'Sullivan won the Nations Cup for England, boasting the best record of any player, thirteen wins from fifteen frames played. In 2016 he turned his hand to fiction, publishing his debut novel Framed.
A fast-paced tale of the sordid underworld of Soho
Kelly Allen, Sunday Life
A cracking read
Francine White, The People
Ronnie's first crime novel draws on his early years . . . a world of gangsters and bent coppers which he writes about with uncomfortable authenticity
Choice on Framed
Running is a chaotic race through O'Sullivan's life, but this does little to dethrone him as the people's champion - it simply adds further to his legend
Press Association on Running
Like O'Sullivan playing at his best, the book is tight, pacey and keeps you guessing
The Big Issue on Framed
Packed with intrigue, action, brutal villains and a beguiling hero, this is a cracking first novel delivered with all the sidespin and clever swerves one would expect from the king of the trick shots!
Lancashire Evening Post on Framed