My enormous thanks to the lovely El at Harper Collins for sending me a copy of Lethal Game by Charlie Gallagher in return for an honest review. I cannot wait to dive in to Lethal Game and am delighted to bring you all you need to know about Charlie Gallagher’s new book on publication day.
Lethal Game is published today, 11th November 2021, by Avon and is available for purchase through the links here.
He knows your name. Where you live. The car you drive.
If you don’t play, your family will die. If you lose, you will.
When DI Joel Norris and DS Lucy Rose begin investigating the death of a young woman, murdered on a quiet country lane, they can’t imagine what lies ahead.
This killer uses his victims like chess pieces in a life-sized contest, with the highest stakes imaginable.
Now Norris and Rose are pawns at the mercy of a twisted rulebook.
Can they beat him at his own game before the next round begins and more innocent lives are taken?
A totally addictive, edge-of-your-seat, crime-thriller that will leave you breathless. Perfect for fans of Cara Hunter, Ian Rankin and Stuart MacBride.
Doesn’t that sound amazing? Although I haven’t had chance to read Lethal Game in full yet, I have had a sneaky read of the Prologue and my heart is still pounding…
About Charlie Gallagher
Charlie Gallagher has been writing for twenty years, most of that time as a hobby but with the dream of one day ‘doing it properly.’ Alongside this hobby it was necessary to have a day job which, for thirteen years, was as a serving U.K. police officer. This career in policing opened up a whole new world of experiences and opportunities and he is now fortunate enough to be able to channel those experiences into stories on a full time basis.
Whilst a police officer, Charlie worked as a response officer, a member of a specialist tactical team, a detective and in a regional counter terrorism unit.
His books are thrillers and, rather unsurprisingly, policing and crime are central to the stories.
Charlie lives on the south coast of the U.K with his wife and two daughters, a springer spaniel, a tortoise and a cat with a far higher number of twitter followers. Charlie is published by Joffe Books and Avon, Harper Collins.