A publisher has picked up this book.
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Do you love Lee Child’s Jack Reacher, Vince Flynn’s Mitch Rapp, and Mark Greaney’s Gray Man? How about: David Baldacci, R. R. Haywood and Sarah Lotz?
If so, then Death World is a book for you
Japan is a fascinating place, but it also has a very dark side.
On holiday, James Ray witnesses a Yakuza assassination that results in him also taking a bullet. Doctored video and evidence lock him into six unsolved murders. He is arrested and tossed in prison. For the police it’s an open and shut case.
Stuck in a penitentiary-run hospital, with the cards stacked against him, James takes the matter into his own hands. There are clues throughout the shooting. He needs to do his job: investigate.
Forced to make a deal with the CIA, James steps into the world of illegal arms sales and human trafficking. It’s an arrangement with world-changing consequences that exposes a connection to an old case he worked in New Zealand.
Can James prove his innocence and get his life back, or will the underbelly of society destroy him?
Book 2 is currently being written.
Rediscovering himself, a kiwi PI must go against the Russian and Japanese mafia to save the woman he loves.
Vengeance comes with a high price tag, and James Ray is about to pay dearly. While searching for his dog, he’s kidnapped by the Yakuza and subjected to a brutal memory wipe within the confines of an abandoned warehouse.
Dressed as a homeless man, he wanders the dangerous streets of Russia. He finds shelter with a woman he thinks is his wife.
As he heals, flashes of his past return. He breaks free of this false reality and stumbles upon the 108 Angels, a shadowy group involved in human trafficking; and linked to the assassination that started this chapter in his life.