A Chalfont St Peter-based author is excited to announce her new book has been released.
Denise Beddows’ book, A Long Road To Revenge, is a standalone sequel to her two previous spy thrillers, The Hunt for Wotak and When the Grey Wolf Sings, both of which made Amazon’s top five best sellers in espionage fiction.
The series of books feature MI5’s counter-espionage team and the challenges they face.
A Long Road to Revenge is about a decades-old Russian bioterror weapon being deployed on the streets of London. People with no apparent connection are dying horribly, and there is no clear motive.
Denise revealed despite having been released not that long ago, the book is already selling well and the author will be signing copies at Chenies Manor Plant Fair on Sunday July 18.
She added: “I have had some very positive feedback about the thrillers, including a review by a US based former detective who has worked with intelligence agencies and found my stories authentic and he described them ‘superb’.
“Inspiration comes from real-life current events surrounding the security threat to the UK posed chiefly by Russia in terms of cyber warfare, electoral interference and the assassination of Putin’s political opponents.”
The book is available in both paperback and kindle from Amazon and the paperback may be ordered from all good book shops.