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Red Mist: The ultra-authentic and gripping action thriller (Mallory)

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Book two in the series featuring ex Special Forces veteran Mallory. This time he finds himself in Normandy when after, a short confrontation with some local thugs, he is asked to trace Océane, the granddaughter of a former Foreign Legionnaire. This takes him from Paris to Marseille and then on to Geneva. Not unexpectedly this is full of action and more than a smattering of dead bodies but no gratuitously graphic violence. Well written and it’s quite clear the author is writing from personal knowledge which makes the events that much more realistic.

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You've heard his true story, now go deeper into Ant Middleton's world with his ultra-authentic thriller series.Ant Middleton | Biography". antmiddleton.com. Archived from the original on 12 November 2018 . Retrieved 12 November 2018. But one night in a bar he meets an old man afraid for his granddaughter, worried about the young man with whom she’s become involved. Who Dares Wins star Ant Middleton is a Rangers fan". The Evening Times. 7 June 2018 . Retrieved 16 June 2019.

Red Mist (Mallory, book 2) by Ant Middleton - Fantastic Fiction

You`ve heard his true story - now go deeper into Ant Middleton`s world with his ultra-authentic thriller series. He would also go on to begin writing as well, starting with non-fiction work, the first of which was the book ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’ in 2016. Over the following few years he’d release some other similar books as well, along with ‘The Mindset Trilogy,’ beginning with ‘First Man’ in 2018. He’s also published fiction too, including the ‘Mallory’ series thrillers ‘Cold Justice’ in 2021, and ‘Red Mist’ in 2023. This was a brilliant read. It wasn't exactly what I expected. As I thought, Ant would be more of a high action guns shouting type of writer. This was my first time reading one of his fiction stories. I still really enjoyed reading this book. It was definitely difficult to put down. I had to finish reading it in one day. Although this is the second book in the series, and I haven't read the first book. It worked well as a standalone. I really connected with the storyline. It was certainly exciting and thrilling with some great edge of your seat action moments. The characters were brilliant, well developed, realistic, and very easy to connect with. Having read most of Ant's non-fiction books, I could see the essence of his life creeping into this story. Especially the title. I definitely recommend reading this book if you love reading thrillers surrounding illegal activity and gang warfare.Middleton was convicted of the unlawful wounding of one police officer and common assault upon a second police officer in 2013 for a nightclub bust-up. He was sentenced to 14 months in prison, of which he served four months. [20] [21] Filmography [ edit ] Television [ edit ] Year Mallory, fresh from the events of the first book, is recuperating in the small village on St Jean-des-Pertes in Normandy but is beginning to feel on edge and missing any action. Therefore when he becomes involved in a chat with Serge, an 84 year old, in the local pub and discovers that his granddaughter, Oceane has been dating an unsavoury boyfriend, all his instincts tell him to get involved.

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