Author(s): Tina Clough
One single Thing has been edited by renowned crime editor Stephen Stratford, who said: This is a terrific novel!
Journalist Hope Barber disappears two weeks after returning to New Zealand from an assignment in Pakistan, leaving her front door open and her bag and phone inside. The police are tight-lipped about their reluctance to act, and Hunter Grant and Dao agree to help Hope’s brother Noah find her. Details about Hope’s time in Pakistan gradually emerge but only raise more questions.
Was Hope under surveillance? Was she linked to terrorists? And who is the man Hope called ‘my stalker’?
Hunter, who in The Chinese Proverb used his front-line Army experience to save Dao, finds himself in unknown territory. When a key person from Dao’s past life in captivity turns up, things reach crisis point and Hunter once again takes matters of justice and retribution into his own hands.
Previous books by Tina Clough
‘The Girl who lived Twice’ (2013)
Amy Phillips (reader) – I was holding my Kindle just inches away from my face the whole time.
‘Running towards Danger’ (2015)
Beattie’s Book Blog - An impressive debut.
Quentin Bennett (reader) - I read it in two sessions because I couldn't put it down.
The Chinese Proverb (2017)
Louise Ward (reviewer) – Hunter Grant is our very own New Zealand Jack Reacher.
Ted Fox (reviewer ODT) – A story full of energy that draws the reader in.
Tina Clough grew up in Sweden and lives in Napier. She alternates between translating/editing science research papers, looking after her free-range hens and mowing the large field she calls ‘the lawn’. Occasionally Tina gets time to spend a day writing.