HIDER SEEKER: A Pacy Thriller, A Likeable Maverick

HiderSeeker   … One client 

                           … One secret

                                                …One betrayal

 

 

Tom Claver’s debut novel, Hider/Seeker, is a pacy thriller about a likeable maverick who bites off more than he can chew when he comes to the rescue of a wealthy battered wife.

 

                     She needed to disappear, he knew how.

 

Harry Bridger makes a living helping people run from their enemies. But when he arranges for Angela Linehan and her son to disappear abroad from her violent husband in London, little does he know that his life will depend on finding her again.

It’s a job that reawakens Harry’s past and brings him back into contact with his ex-wife Bethany. Fate has given him a second chance to redeem himself in her eyes.

But Angela’s disappearance puts Harry and Bethany in terrible danger. He risks losing everything unless he can find where Angela is hiding in Central America. The clock is ticking and his finely honed tracking skills no longer apply. Chance and luck will decide everything.

 

                                    She broke his rules.

 

“Hider/Seeker is initially set in London but moves on to somewhere more exotic as Harry searches for his former client following a frightening revelation,” explains Tom. “It’s partly romantic, but there’s a lot of action as well as he needs to keep a step ahead of the pack searching for Angela. It’s full of thrills and keeps you on the edge of your seat to the very end.”

 

Published by Matador. Price: E-book $3.99

 

Free to download 30th April to 4th May from Amazon.

 

Official publication date: 29th April 2015

eISBN: 9781784629434

Format: eBook.

JMP_5087About the Author
Tom Claver is a freelance journalist who has worked in print and television, and was formerly a director of a publishing company. He was brought up in London and currently lives in Dorset with his wife.

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