Girl on Fire
When terrorists use a drone to bring down a plane on one of London’s busiest shopping centres, it ignites a chain of events that will draw in the innocent and the guilty alike.
DC Max Wolfe of West End Central finds himself caught in the crossfire between a tech-savvy terrorist cell and a revenge-seeking, Bible-quoting murderer called Bad Moses.
And when Max’s ex-wife suddenly reappears to reclaim custody of his beloved daughter Scout, he finds himself fighting the greatest battle of all ...
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A relentless plot, evocative prose and compelling portraits of the characters, good and evil, conspire to make this a must read.
Has all the ingredients and more: great plotting, great characters and at least two eye-widening twists I didn't see coming
The perfect introduction to the London underworld that Tony Parsons has so vividly created...Wolfe’s cases couldn’t feel more of-the-minute
What impresses about Girl on Fire is Tony Parsons’s almost old-fashioned mastery of storytelling. Moreover, he raises real issues of today and accompanies them with intelligent debate.