The Number One ebook bestseller returns with a gripping new Ben Hope thriller.
‘If you like your conspiracies twisty, your action bone-jarring, and your heroes impossibly dashing, then look no farther,’ MARK DAWSON, author of the John Milton series
This time it’s personal…
People going missing in the remote wilds of India is not unusual. But when the son of a wealthy Delhi businessman is kidnapped just weeks after his brother fell victim to an alleged bandit attack in the mountains of Haryana, it raises eyebrows.
With the local police doing close to nothing, there’s only one man for the job: ex-SAS major Ben Hope. But for Ben, this is no ordinary rescue case. Because this plea for help is coming from a special person from his past, who now has nobody else to turn to.
Ben’s mission will take him into the heart of the arid Indian wilderness, pitting him against ruthless gangs and desperate men. But Ben is determined to save the day. Whatever it takes.
The master bestseller returns, with the most hotly anticipated thriller of 2019.
‘If you’ve got a pulse, you’ll love Scott Mariani; if you haven’t, then maybe you crossed Ben Hope.’ SIMON TOYNE
Praise for Scott Mariani:
‘Slick, serpentine and very, very entertaining . . . If you’ve got a pulse, you’ll love Scott Mariani; if you haven’t, then maybe you crossed Ben Hope.’ SIMON TOYNE
‘Scott Mariani is an awesome writer.’ CHRIS KUZNESKI
‘Deadly conspiracies, bone-crunching action and a tormented hero with a heart . . . Scott Mariani packs a real punch.’ ANDY McDERMOTT
‘A romp of a read, each page like a tasty treat. Enjoy.’ STEVE BERRY
About the author
Scott Mariani is the author of the worldwide-acclaimed action / adventure series featuring maverick ex-SAS hero Ben Hope. Scott’s books have topped the bestseller charts in his native Britain, with The Alchemist’s Secret, the first Ben Hope novel, having held the #1 Kindle position for a record-breaking six straight weeks. The Ben Hope series is translated into over twenty languages worldwide.
Scott was born in Scotland, studied in Oxford and now lives and writes in rural west Wales.