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Read my Interview with Brian Drake

Brian Drake was kind enough to interview me on his blog where he regularly chats with thriller action espionage authors and reviews their books. In the interview we talk about: My experiences in Africa and how they translate into my books Details on a new series I'm writing next Details on the new Caine Rapid … Continue reading Read my Interview with Brian Drake

Film Review: Mission Impossible Fallout exceeds expectations

The sixth film in the successful Mission Impossible spy franchise led by arguably the best recognised actor in the industry, Tom Cruise, was a delight from start to finish. I’m not sure why I liked Mission Impossible Fallout so much, but I did. For a long time I never much went for Cruise’s movies, feeling … Continue reading Film Review: Mission Impossible Fallout exceeds expectations

Thrilling Locations: Blood Ivory

Blood Ivory is a story from Simon Ashcroft's past when he was a counter-terrorism intelligence officer with the Australian Secret Intelligence Services (ASIS). He's on a mission in northern Tanzania hunting the financiers of a South East Asian terrorist organisation. Investigations lead him to the some of the richest wildlife reserves found anywhere on the … Continue reading Thrilling Locations: Blood Ivory

Sandfire Book Trailer

SANDFIRE is only a few days away from release now, out on Amazon Kindle and Kindle Unlimited 22nd May. I'm excited about it's imminent release so I thought I'd share a book trailer fellow author Andrew Warren and I created for our Caine: Rapid Fire espionage thriller adventure. 

Rapid Fire Action: An Interview with Andrew Warren

In the lead up to the release of Sandfire, I thought I’d interview my co-author Andrew Warren who created the intriguing character of Thomas Caine and made him the cool CIA operative he is today. It was a great experience working with Andrew on this Caine origins story.  So I decided to ask him some questions on why he decided to explore Caine’s past with a series of standalone adventures.