Thanks David Rish for the following review of No Remorse:
My cat hates Ian Walkley. I’d take No Remorse to bed meaning to read for fifteen minutes before going to sleep and then find myself, three hours later, still turning the pages so I’d wake up grumpy and shout at Tiger. It’s that sort of book; you can’t stop turning the pages. In this pacey thriller, the body count is as high as the frequent flier points as Lee (Mac) McCloud pursues across the globe the kidnappers of his friend’s teenage daughter. This plot intersects with Middle Eastern terror politics, medical malpractice, and the politics and intrigue involved in Walkley’s very dirty spy game. If you’re a fan of Matthew Reilly, you’ll love this new Australian writer’s first thriller.