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A Killing Air

By Nigel Price

War veteran Harry Brown has a nose for trouble, and he smells something nasty in the air when he witnesses a vicious mugging in a Beijing underpass…

Ex-soldier Harry Brown is an expert in crisis management and disaster planning. He is at a conference in China touting for business when he stumbles on a vicious mugging in a Beijing underpass. He wades in, punches the attackers senseless and rescues the victim.

Harry later finds a memory stick planted in his jacket pocket. And soon a feisty young journalist called Lisa Tang comes knocking on his door. Together they smell something deadlier than the Beijing smog…

What is the awful secret they uncover in the remote village where the victim lived? What is the real motive behind a businessman’s bid to revolutionise China’s rural economy? How can Harry and Lisa survive efforts to terminate their investigations – if not their lives?

Nigel Price’s A Killing Air will appeal to lovers of the work of Lee Child, David Baldacci, Stephen Leather or Nelson DeMille. His hallmark is the fast-paced page-turner, meticulous research with gripping narrative and unforgettable characters.

Nigel Price, who writes also under the pseudonym Anthony Conway, read English and Philosophy at St David’s University College, Lampeter. After training at Sandhurst he was commissioned into 7th Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Gurkha Rifles, remaining with the Brigade of Gurkhas for twelve years. He fought in the Falklands War. Harry Brown will return in A Necessary Hell, the next instalment in the Harry Brown series.

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