Sunday, 20 March 2022


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Die Every Day Universal Link

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Monday, 10 January 2022

Great review of Extreme Prejudice by Top 1000 Reviewer


Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 November 2021

I have been a fan of Gordon’s work for a while now. I have by no means caught

up with everything that he has written but I am getting there. I read the synopsis of

‘Extreme Prejudice’, which is the 9th book in the series featuring the Lambeth

Group, and it certainly sounded like the sort of book I have come to expect from

Gordon- a fast paced, action packed, dramatic, tense and gripping read.

Well it was certainly all that and so much more. I loved reading ‘Extreme Prejudice’

but more about that in a bit.

As is usually the case with one of Gordon’s books, I was drawn into this book

from the synopsis alone and the story within the covers of the book sealed the

deal as it were. The book developed a hold over me and it was a hold that

I wasn’t willing to break. Once I picked the book up, I found it nigh on impossible

to put the book down for any length of time. My Kindle wasn’t exactly glued to

my hand but it might as well have been because it travelled everywhere with me.

I just didn’t want to miss a single second of the story. I couldn’t turn the pages

of the book quickly enough as I made my way through the story. All too quickly

I reached the end of ‘Extreme Prejudice’ and I had to say goodbye to the

Lambeth Group. I found ‘Extreme Prejudice’ to be a gripping, thrilling, nail biting,

tense and dramatic read, which kept me guessing and which kept me on

the edge of my seat throughout.

‘Extreme Prejudice’ is superbly written which is also true of Gordon’s books that I

have had the pleasure of reading. He certainly knows how to grab the reader’s

attention and draw them into what proves to be one hell of a story and then some.

For me, the story hit the ground running and maintained a fast pace throughout.

I have to be honest and say that some of the characters from both sides really

scared the crap out of me and I certainly wouldn’t want to meet them down

a dark alley. Reading ‘Extreme Prejudice’ felt like being on one hell of a

fast paced, scary and unpredictable rollercoaster ride with several twists and

turns along the way. Just when you thought that you could take a minute to

reclaim your stomach, catch your breath and gather your thoughts then off

the action would go again. At times I almost had to read through my fingers

as I feared what was going to happen next. For me, ‘Extreme Prejudice’

is the book equivalent of a Hollywood blockbuster movie and far more enjoyable.


In short, I thoroughly enjoyed reading ‘Extreme Prejudice’ and I would recommend

it to other readers. I will certainly be reading more of Gordon’s work in the future.

The score on the Ginger Book Geek board is a very well deserved 5* out of 5*.

Tuesday, 16 November 2021

Book Tour

 Coming soon the first book tour for Extreme Prejudice.

Join the bookbloggers and book reviewers to read their thoughts on the story and the characters.

Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Die Every Day wins Gold

Die Every Day has taken the Gold Medal in the 2021 Readers' Favorite Book awards in the Fiction Thriller Espionage Category

Sunday, 19 September 2021

Extreme Prejudice on PREORDER


PREORDER today for an action-packed thriller to get your blood thumping.

A thrill-ride of a terrorist mystery that will keep you guessing.

Sunday, 22 August 2021

NEW! Extreme Prejudice coming soon.

Zoe and Gavin are back in a new adventure and the stakes have never been higher.

A foreign embassy official warns the UK government of a bomb attack on London. Zoe Tampsin and her Lambeth Group team are launched into a race against time to find the terrorists.

One of her operators discovers the attack has started and cannot be stopped, and her colleague Gavin Shawlens is missing presumed killed by the terrorists. While searching for Gavin, a massive disaster unfolds. 

Can she stop a colossal loss of life in a targeted community and prevent the collapse of a fundamental pillar of society?

Tuesday, 4 May 2021