Western Telegraph, St Davids
Author hoping book sales go with a bang 3:59pm Friday 2nd May 2014 in Local News
"Dead Centre": author Owen Jones ST DAVIDS and suicide bombers - these are not two things that you would usually associate with each other, but that is indeed that case in a new book.
Welsh author Owen Jones has recently published 'Dead Centre,' a thriller about two former Welsh SAS soldiers who are running an agency for suicide bombers on a farm just outside of St Davids.
Reviewed By Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Dead Centre - Not All Suicide Bombers are Religious by Owen Jones was a great read. A well written thriller that starts off on top gear and stays there all the way through. The scary thing is this sort of event could happen - could be happening now for all we know - and the subject is likely to get one or two backs up. However, subject aside, Mr. Jones has written a superb story, with great characters, that spans 9 different countries and dozens more cities. Excellent book, I will definitely be looking out for more from the same author.
Barry and District News 8th May 2014 A THRILLER that takes place across the globe features not only a lead character from the author's native Barry, but also scenes that take place in the town.
Dead Centre, a political thriller about a terrorist agency being run from a farm in Wales, takes in Rhoose airport and even Barry's Master Mariner pub alongside exotic locations such as Baghdad and Thailand.
Owen describes Dead Centre, as "an exciting story that will have you on the edge of your seat and make you think again about many aspects of criminality that you have taken for granted."
"Is it a Religious Zealot or a Ruthless Businessman? Fast moving and extremely thought provoking!
This group is not totally heartless--just ruthless!! Do they get caught in the end--or do they get away with the entire scheme?" mikishope.com