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Pursuit (The Cadre Trilogy Book 2)


Connor Price is stuck in a dead-end job and living with his parents when he sees a chance to make some easy money.

An old friend from his past, Dylan Taylor, turns up and offers him the investment he needs - but asks a favour in return... But the 'simple favour' quickly plunges Connor's life into chaos when he witnesses his friend commit a horrific crime.

Implicated and with a target on his back, Connor finds himself surrounded by ruthless and organised mobsters and is forced to investigate to save his own skin. But as the chain of command in their criminal circles reaches ever higher, Connor soon makes impossibly powerful enemies in this deadly game of pursuit.

Pursuit is an edge-of-the-seat thriller with plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing until the final page. It is the sequel toTargeted.

Praise for Stephen Edger

'A gripping, authentic story that kept me hooked.' - Tom Kasey, best-selling author ofTrade Off

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Stephen Edger

Stephen Edger is a British crime writer, who has been writing since 2010. In that time he has written and published eleven novels, and five short stories. He writes mysteries and thrillers focused on crime.

Stephen was born in the north-east of England, grew up in London, but has lived in Southampton since attending university in the year 2000. Stephen works in the financial industry, and uses his insider knowledge to create the plots of his books. He also has a law degree, which gives him a good understanding of the inner workings of the UK justice system.

Stephen is married, and has two children, and two dogs. He is passionate about reading and writing, and cites Simon Kernick and John Grisham as major influences on his writing style.

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