The Solitary Man (Stephen Leather Thrillers)

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Chris Hutchison is a man on the run.

Imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, Hutch escapes from a British maximum-security prison and starts a new life in Hong Kong. But a ghost from his past catches up with him and gives him a choice: help a former terrorist break out of a Bangkok prison - or face life behind bars once more.

Meanwhile, the DEA wants to nail the vicious drug warlord responsible for flooding the States with cheap heroin. And decides to use Hutch as a pawn in a deadly game.

Hutch's bid for freedom takes him into the lawless killing fields of the Golden Triangle, where the scene is set for one final act of betrayal . . .

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PRAISE FOR STEPHEN LEATHER

'A master of the thriller genre'
Irish Times

'A writer at the top of his game'
Sunday Express

'As tough as British thrillers get . . . gripping'
Irish Independent



Chris Hutchison is a man on the run.

Imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit, Hutch escapes from a British maximum-security prison and starts a new life in Hong Kong. But a ghost from his past catches up with him and gives him a choice: help a former terrorist break out of a Bangkok prison - or face life behind bars once more.

Meanwhile, the DEA wants to nail the vicious drug warlord responsible for flooding the States with cheap heroin. And decides to use Hutch as a pawn in a deadly game.

Hutch's bid for freedom takes him into the lawless killing fields of the Golden Triangle, where the scene is set for one final act of betrayal . . .

**********

PRAISE FOR STEPHEN LEATHER

'A master of the thriller genre'
Irish Times

'A writer at the top of his game'
Sunday Express

'As tough as British thrillers get . . . gripping'
Irish Independent



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