Spotlight on … The Craig McIntyre Series by Gordon Brown @GoJaBrown

Today I am shining a spotlight on the Craig McIntyre series by Gordon Brown. I was lucky enough to get a read of Deepest Wounds, the third book in the series, earlier this year as part of the blog tour and I loved it. And UK Based readers can snap them all up for 99p each on Kindle which is an absolute bargain. But in case that alone isn’t enough tempt you, here is what the books are all about.

dtDarkest Thoughts

Conspiracy thriller.

Craig McIntyre s mere presence can transform people s darkest thoughts into action. Your inner self can be deadly. On an Iraqi street, McIntyre finds himself at the center of an event that leaves several people dead. Ex-military, now a bodyguard, he has no idea how they died. Others think he is responsible the catalyst. They have no issue with that. Indeed, they are intent on harnessing Craig s dark talent for creating chaos…and will let no-one stand in their way. Who are McIntyre s pursuers? What do they see in him that he cannot see in himself? And what will happen to him if he is caught? Worse, what will happen to those closest to him if he escapes?

As he struggles to come to terms with events, and with the possibility that he really is a vehicle for anarchy, can he stop his darkest thoughts turning to revenge?

Available from: Amazon UK

frFurthest Reaches

Book 2 in the mind-bending Craig McIntyre series. 

You can only run for so long. Craig McIntyre’s mere presence removes people s inhibitions and turns their darkest thoughts into actions.

Having fled across America to evade capture by arch-enemy Senator Tampoline, McIntyre is persuaded to work alongside him in the national interest. The US Strategic Petroleum Reserve has been destroyed by a white supremacist group. The attack has been hushed-up and time is of the essence if national and global economic meltdown is to be avoided.

As McIntyre tries to apply his unique ability to salvage the situation, it is hard to know who is working harder to thwart him: his allies or his enemies. It might be safer to stay ahead of both. McIntyre will never forgive Tampoline for what he has done. He is not even sure he can suppress his animosity in pursuit of the greater good…

Available from: Amazon UK

dwDeepest Wounds

The past is a dangerous place. Craig McIntyre’s mere presence removes people s inhibitions and turns their darkest thoughts into actions.

As Craig McIntyre tries to escape bounty hunters from the Dark Web, he discovers that his details are linked to a clandestine government project. Might it hold answers to his past as well as dangers for the present? Back on the run in North America, McIntyre hooks up with some unlikely allies. But can he trust them any more than those who want to use him to shape the future…and to further their personal ambitions?

Have those behind Factor really given up on their pursuit of him? Or is McIntyre being reeled in with some politically toxic bait?

McIntyre is the key to an explosive secret that could change mankind forever.

Available from: Amazon UK

About the Author

gbGordon has been writing since his teens and has six crime thrillers published – his latest, Deepest Wounds, being the third in the Craig McIntyre series, is out now.
Gordon helped found Bloody Scotland – Scotland’s International Crime Writing Festival and lives in Scotland. He’s married with two children. Gordon once quit his job in London to fly across the Atlantic to be with his future wife. He has also delivered pizzas in Toronto, sold non alcoholic beer in the Middle East, launched a creativity training business called Brain Juice and floated a high tech company on the London Stock Exchange.

He almost had a toy launched by a major toy company, has an MBA, loves music, is a DJ on local radio, compered the main stage at a two-day music festival and was once booed by 49,000 people while on the pitch at a major football Cup Final.

Want to know more – go to http://www.gordonjbrown.com/

Follow him on Twitter @GoJaBrown

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