Mark Leggatt was born in Lochee, Dundee and lives in Edinburgh. A former specialist in Disaster Recovery for oil companies and global banks, his career has taken him around Europe, especially Paris, where he lived for a number of years. History and modern global conspiracy lie at the heart of his work, and are the backdrop for the adventures of CIA technician Connor Montrose. Leggatt is a member of the Crime Writers Association in the UK, and the International Thriller Writers in the USA.
The London Cage Ticks along with the precision of a fine Swiss watch. A worthy follow-up to Names Of The Dead with all the slick dialogue, action and intrigue we've come to expect from Leggatt. A cracking read; Neil Broadfoot. Author of Falling Fast, The Storm and All the Devils; Names of the Dead; An action-packed story with good locations ... and lots of plot twists; Alex Gray, author of The Bird That Did Not Sing, latest in the Detective Larimer series.; Mark Leggatt is an exciting new voice, and in Names Of The Dead he delivers an intense, page-turning, fast-paced thriller that is blistering with action and frighteningly real. The story is told with slick, snappy dialog against a backdrop of international landscapes, and in CIA technician Connor Montrose, we have a tough, crusading hero to root for, in an entertaining blend of Bourne, Bond and Indiana Jones. Ava McCarthy, author of Hide Me, latest in the Harry Martinez series.