The second in the Wright & Tran series, but if you haven’t read the first, jump right in here.
Kara Wright and Tien Tran, combat veterans of an elite intelligence unit, now make their living as Private Investigators. Often working the mundane, just occasionally they get to use all their former training.
“I’d like you to make sure
the dead are really dead.”
So it is that the enigmatic Franklyn tasks Kara and Tien to investigate the apparent suicide of a local celebrity. Within days the women are embarked on a pursuit that leads halfway around the globe and into the darkest recesses of the human condition. Kara, Tien and their team will endure mental stress worse than anything they experienced from combat and, like combat, not everyone makes it home.
…Wright and Tran are the best in the business. Andrew’s own experience working with Military Intelligence provides his work with authenticity and heart… He is an author who can be relied upon to deliver a good – no, much more than that – a great read.
The West Australian
…Another fantastic read from Ian Andrew – Characters vividly brought to life, and superb descriptions of his round-the-world tour locations. This is a great story which has you hooked to the end.
…I absolutely loved this novel, especially the “development” of the secondary characters. The story line is very plausible and kept me enthralled from the first sentence. Can hardly wait for the next.
…Second in the series and in my humble opinion, they are going from strength to strength. Good story throughout and great to see the central characters being fleshed out more. I like the small touches of authenticity that for me ground the story and provide a healthy dose of credibility during the fiction. If you haven’t sampled this series yet I would suggest starting with Face Value, but you can jump straight into Flight Path as a standalone story if you wish. Highly recommended and bring on the third.
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Ian Andrew grew up in the coastal town of Larne, Northern Ireland. He left to join the Royal Air Force at age 18 and worked initially as an aircraft technician before being commissioned as an Intelligence Officer. After serving for two decades he relocated, with his Australian wife, to the rural South West of Western Australia, where he is surrounded by a resident mob of kangaroos.
Releasing his first novel ‘A Time To Every Purpose’ in 2014 and finding it well received, he decided to embark on a series of detective novels, so that he could have the opportunity to develop characters over a longer period of time. The first, ‘Face Value’ was released in 2015 to excellent reviews and gained the Red Ribbon award in the Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards. The sequel, ‘Flight Path’ was released in 2016 as was a small anthology entitled ‘The Little Book of Silly Rhymes & Odd Verses’ which is… well exactly what its title says.
Ian is currently working on the next novel in the Wright & Tran series of detective stories, ‘Fall Guys’.