Published: 01/11/2011
eISBN: 9781780889085
Format: eBook

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Greg Hunt has been a commercial practice Chartered Surveyor for the last twelve years, working for international property companies and consultants. He divides his spare time between his family, ringi... read more

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The Ringer
by Greg Hunt

High up in the Andean mountain range, a special convoy is at the start of a difficult journey. The precious goods within will ensure the riches of a secretive group.

Archie Malcolm is a student, working for the Navy and looking for love. He’s a bell-ringer at the local cathedral, wondering where his life is going, when he is given his first task: to reduce the rise of illegal substances entering the UK. The opportunity for him to lead his own team of men is irresistible and he embarks on a journey that takes him to the Alps. The mission ultimately brings him closer to home than he could ever imagine and starts to conflict with former friends and those he loves and admired. When he finds the task given to him far greater than he could ever have expected, he turns to his friends for help. Will Archie discover the truth behind the corruption on his doorstep and bring down those responsible... And will he find love? Will his friends save him or will they be his downfall?

The Ringer is a fast-paced action novel with a gripping plot and an ingenious unique bell-ringing story thread. Join the elite team who have been given a compromised mission that results in a rollercoaster read and an adrenaline-fuelled ending. It will be enjoyed by fans of exciting action adventure novels and is inspired by authors including James Patterson, Dan Brown and Jeffrey Archer.

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