Nicholas J. Clough was born in Bradford and worked as a DJ and a chef before becoming a criminal defence lawyer. He is the author of A Safe Place to Kill and Wish Him Dead, also published by Robert Hale, and he once appeared as a contestant on the Krypton Factor.
In the Company of Strangers by Nicholas J. Clough
Two dead in a terrorist attack on the Second National Bank in Atlanta, a vicious mayoral re-election and puzzling intervention by the Ku Klux Klan, complicates British counter-terrorism expert Dr Marcus Denning’s solemn dance of death with Abu Almussab, Denning’s one-time torturer in Beirut. And both are being watched by a nameless man in the black Lincoln whose motivation is unknowable.
Nicholas Clough’s taut, twisting thriller takes a headlong dive behind the mask of respectability and down into the depths of ferocity and deception.