Poison Sky by Paul McNeive
Publication Day: 1st November 2021
Page Count: 372 pages
Genre : Crime Thriller
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Airplanes are mysteriously falling from the sky and a deadly toxin is spreading through the streets of the world’s major cities. New York, London and Munich are filled with panic, paranoia and terror.
And nobody knows who’s behind it all.
Somewhere, a twisted genius is masterminding a global crisis.
New York detective John Wyse and maverick cop Deke Hansen face the biggest challenge of their lives in a race to out-think the cunning and dangerous terrorists who are bringing the world to its knees using medieval warfare tactics.
But the terrorists will stop at nothing to prevent Wyse unravelling their evil plot. As the bodies pile up, the threat suddenly gets very personal when the woman Wyse loves becomes a target.
With time running out, Wyse has to convince his bosses that a powerful psychopath is taking deadly revenge in the most bizarre and unpredictable way.
Can he persuade the authorities to act, or will he have to take the law into his own hands?
Poison Sky-“Sometimes the old ways, work better than the new!”
About Paul McNeive
Living in the mountains of County Wicklow, Ireland, Paul McNeive is an author and motivational speaker and writes a weekly opinion column for the Irish Independent newspaper.
“Poison Sky” is Paul McNeive’s second thriller and reflects his passion for fast-paced stories, in international settings. “Poison Sky” continues to track the life of New York detective, John Wyse, as he pits his wits against an evil genius bent on revenge, who has come up with an extraordinary plan to bring terror to western cities.
Paul McNeive’s first thriller, “The Manhattan Project,” was published in Ireland by a UK publisher and was a bestseller. It was then published in the UK and there were subsidiary rights sales, including to Germany, and audiobooks. “The Manhattan Project” was inspired by Paul McNeive’s experiences as a double amputee with the dangers of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The novel was launched and championed by the then Chief Medical Officer for England, Professor Dame Sally Davies, who proclaimed it a huge help in raising awareness of this global threat.
Paul McNeive’s first book, “Small Steps,” is an autobiographical business book, which tells how Paul McNeive applied the lessons he learned in rehabilitating from his accident, to his business career, and life generally, with great success. “Small Steps” was also a bestseller in Ireland.
Paul McNeive is on the board of Ireland’s National Rehabilitation Hospital and is an ambassador for the Douglas Bader Foundation.
Paul has three children and lives with his wife Kate, and their lurcher, “Glenda,” who features in both thrillers. For more information visit paulmcneive.com
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