The ebook and paperback international bestseller: Stephen Leather's first hard-hitting, Dan 'Spider' Shepherd thriller, set in one of the most notorious and corrupt of British prisons.
Stephen Leather was a journalist for more than ten years on newspapers such as The Times, the Daily Mail and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. He began writing full-time in 1992 and has also written for television shows such as London's Burning, The Knock and the BBC's Murder in Mind series.
'A tightly-plotted, heart-racing read, packed with just the right balance of suspense, menace and action' -- Daily Mail 'Unputdownable' -- South China Morning Post 'A damn good read' -- Burnie Advocate, Australia 'As tough as British thrillers get ... gripping' -- Irish Independent 'The story rattles along at a cracking pace and I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. It is a fascinating insight into life inside prison, and a first-class thriller to boot.' -- Hull Daily Mail 'A pacy thriller that will keep you reading' -- Yorkshire Gazette & Herald 'A tightly-plotted, heart-racing read, packed with just the right balance of suspense, menace and action' -- Daily Mail 'As tough as British thrillers get ... gripping' -- Irish Independent on HARD LANDING 'Unputdownable' -- South China Morning Post 'Reading Stephen Leather at leisure is always a pleasure. The pacing of SOFT TARGET is superb ...' **** -- Ireland on Sunday 'A riveting read' -- Sunday Life, Belfast on SOFT TARGET 'As high-tech and as world-class as the thriller genre gets' -- Express on Sunday on THE BOMBMAKER 'Exciting stuff with plenty of heart-palpitating action gingered up by mystery and intrigue ... Leather is an intelligent thriller writer' -- Daily Mail on THE TUNNEL RATS 'A whirlwind of action, suspense and vivid excitement' -- Irish Times on THE BIRTHDAY GIRL 'Stephen Leather's novel manages to put a contemporary spin on a timeless tale of revenge and retribution ... Leather's experience as a journalist brings a sturdy, gritty element to a tale of horror ... which makes THE EYEWITNESS a compelling read' -- Evening Herald, Dublin 'Stephen Leather should be nestling in your bookshelves alongside Frederick Forsyth and Jack Higgins' -- Daily Mail