Even: A David Trevellyan Novel 1

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Pan Macmillan UK, Aug 1, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
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David Trevellyan takes a lonely late-night walk between a restaurant and his New York City hotel. A familiar huddled shape in the mouth of an alley catches his eye. A homeless man has been shot dead. As David steps forward, a police car arrives. And a second too late he realizes he’s been set up. Trevellyan isn’t worried. He’s a survivor from the shadowy world of Royal Navy Intelligence. He’s been in and out of trouble a thousand times before. But when the police hand the case to the FBI, he’s sucked deeper into the system. With no idea who is friend and who is foe, he penetrates deep into a huge international conspiracy, which spans from war-torn Iraq to the very heart of the USA. He knows that the price of failure will be death, but the reward for success will be redemption – for himself as well as for the huddled corpse from the alley. His motivation is his cherished life-long belief: you don’t get mad – you get EVEN. 'Brilliantly plotted and smart, and delivers the bone-jarring kick of a .45' Jeffery Deaver

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Even (A David Trevellyan Thriller)

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Grant's debut thriller introduces British naval intelligence officer David Trevellyan, who's just finished a job in New York when he's framed for the murder of an undercover FBI agent. To clear ... Read full review


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Pretty good for a first time author.You certainly can see his brother Lee Child has a massive foot print in his writing.At times you think he is writing about Jack ReacherDecent plot great caracters somewhat surprise wind up.Buy This Book.I will buy his next book if there is one. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Andrew Grant graduated in English Literature and Drama from the University of Sheffield. He set up and ran a small independent theatre company which showcased a range of original material to local, regional and national audiences. This was followed by a critically successful appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Andrew has since worked in a variety of jobs including several which were covered by the UK's Official Secrets Act. He lives in the UK, and Even is his first novel.

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