Thanks Paul Christy for this wonderful five star review for No Remorse:
As an obsessive reader of the thriller/military/crime genres, I am very excited to have discovered Ian Walkley. If you, like me, have read everything out there from early Richard Stark to the latest Lee Child, you know we need more! We get more from newcomer Ian Walkley, and his novel No Remorse. I ran across No Remorse and was immediately drawn in. There is violent action from page one. In fact, I had been reading Zero Day by David Balducci and had to put it aside until I had finished No Remorse. The evildoers are truly despicable and our flawed hero Lee McCloud is the no-nonsense tough guy perfect for punishing them. As a bonus, this thriller is a time capsule of this decade, with many references to geopolitical happenings as timely as today’s headlines. Whereas other heroes such as John Sanford’s Lucas Davenport have softened and lost their punch over the years, Walkley’s McCloud should be expected to keep on brutalizing bad guys for years to come. Highly recommended.