Bob Shaw is baffled to see a man in a brown coat at a bustling Underground station. Surely it can’t be his friend, the scientist Professor Morley? Morley perished weeks before in a blazing car. Is the man an impostor or did his friend fake his death?
This fascinating and ingenious thriller tells of Bob’s battle to find out the truth, helped by his wife Anne. They are confronted by ruthless enemies and forced to flee their home in this fast-paced spy thriller from the author of ‘Smile of the Stowaway’.
About the Author:
Tony Bassett first developed a love of writing at the age of nine when he and a friend produced a magazine called ‘The Globe’ at their junior school in Sevenoaks, Kent. At Hull University, he was named student journalist of the year in 1971 in a competition run by Time-Life magazine and went onto become a Fleet Street journalist, mainly working for the ‘Sunday People’.
His first book, the crime novel ‘Smile of the Stowaway’, was published in December 2018. It concerned a Kent couple who harboured a stowaway and then battled to clear his name when he was charged with murder.
Tony, who has written four other novels which are as yet unpublished, has five grown-up children. He is a Life Member of the National Union of Journalists. He lives in South-East London with his partner Lin.