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Walk Away

Walk Away

Camaro Espinoza is ‘the deadliest female protagonist since Jon Land’s Caitlin Strong and Stieg Larsson’s Lisbeth Salander’ (Booklist).

Former combat medic Camaro Espinoza is trying to put her past behind her. She’s done bad things – but always for good reasons.

Then her sister Annabel calls. She’s trapped in an abusive relationship with petty criminal Jake Collier and needs Camaro’s help.

Camaro has always protected Annabel, but the situation is more dangerous than she realises. Jake’s own sibling, Lukas, is an ex-Marine, and together they are planning a much bigger crime.

As the federal marshals pick up Lukas’s trail, and a bounty hunter closes in, Camaro knows that standing her ground is the last thing she should do. But if there’s one thing she can’t do, it’s walk away.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 26th January 2017

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781473609983

Reviews

Praise for THE NIGHT CHARTER
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Camaro, a winning blend of compassion and ruthlessness clearly conceived as a female Jack Reacher, deserves a long life as a similarly nomadic series heroine
The Sunday Times
One for fans of Lee Child, John D Macdonald and Miami Vice
Shortlist
From the galloping urgency of its opening pages to its dramatic conclusion, THE NIGHT CHARTER is one hell of a ride. Hawken's prose is as taut as barbed wire and his storytelling sure and surprising. A hyper-charged knockout thriller
Stav Sherez, author of A Dark Redemption
Sam Hawken has created a deep and dangerous female lead in THE NIGHT CHARTER. If you're ever in trouble and need a kickass heroine to get you out of it, look no further than army veteran Camaro Espinoza.
Mari Hannah, author of the Kate Daniels series
A fast-moving story with lots of action, some interesting twists, and the deadliest female protagonist since Stieg Larsson's Lisbeth Salander
Booklist