‘This is an ingenious plot, with some surprising but well thought out twists and turns. The pace is fast, and all aspects of the book appear to be well researched - so much so that you might wonder if the author had himself been a member of the SAS. Gritty and brutal in places, McDermott paints very strong visual images throughout the story. I loved the idea of Tom Gray being more than just your average vigilante...’ – Rachel Abbott, author of Only the Innocent
and The Back Road.
‘When a writer puts together a techno thriller, he or she takes on a certain obligation: whether they know the technical specs or not, they need to deliver on the authenticity. Gray Justice delivers. Alan McDermott weaves us an intricate tale of military preparedness with devilish and cunning accuracy. McDermott's prose is easy to understand while still delivering the thriller punch!’ – R.S. Guthrie, author of Blood Land.
‘Gray Justice is a well written, fast-paced thriller that starts with a terrible tragedy when Tom Gray's son is killed by a car thief. What follows is a clever and demanding look at the inadequacies of the British punishment system and an exploration of what we, the reader, might do if we were ever put in a similar situation. (…)This is a book that will be enjoyed by all who love a well-planned story combined with thrilling action and a deeply scarred, but very capable and likeable hero.’ – David Leadbeater, author of the Matt Drake series.
About the Author
Alan McDermott is a husband, father to beautiful twin girls and a software developer from the south of England. Born in West Germany of Scottish parents, Alan spent his early years moving from town to town as his father was posted to different Army units around the United Kingdom. Alan had a number of jobs after leaving school, including working on a cruise ship in Hong Kong and Singapore, where he met his wife. Since 2005 he has been working as a software developer and currently creates clinical applications for the National Health Service Alan’s writing career began in 2011 and the action thriller Gray Justice
is his first full-length novel.