The Englishman by David Gilman. An explosion of page-turning action.

The Englishman by David Gilman. Thanks to NetGalley and Head of Zeus.

A man gasping for breath, running in frigid snow, escaping a spray of bullets.

A team of legionnaires taking on enemy terrorists in the relentless, arid heat of Africa.

A ruthless murder and kidnapping in the daylight of London’s crawling traffic.

The freezing expanse of a merciless, brutal Russian prison.

An exiled legionnaire. Rogue wolf. Trained to kill. Specialized in military secret operations. Raglan—a walking weapon of destruction.

Dan Raglan has been living in relative peace—ghosting it, but when he is lured out of his seclusion by MI6 to find an old friend who is kidnapped, the story ignites.

Raglan’s call to duty sets fire to an explosion of page-turning action. Teeming with brilliant use of military narrative, stealthy special operatives, fierce international extremism, The Englishman has the power and intensity of a blockbuster movie. Hollywood should come calling.

Riveting from the first page. I cannot wait for more of The Englishman.

Thank you to NetGalley and Head of Zeus for the read of David Gilman’s, The Englishman.

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