'Francis Ackerman [is] a manipulative monster with a corrupt conscience' THE TIMES
Most people hate me. But everyone remembers me.
In San Francisco, a ruthless criminal syndicate is building an empire on spilt blood. Among their number is 'The Gladiator'. No ordinary contract killer, the Gladiator sees himself as a modern-day Genghis Khan, determined to carve his very name onto the evolution of mankind.
To stop him Ackerman and Williams face him in an arena of death where violence is inflicted for profit and pleasure. This is the Gladiator's domain, a realm in which he is undefeated... but then he's never encountered Ackerman before.
Praise for Ethan Cross:
'The surprises are fast and furious and will leave you breathless to read more' LISA GARDNER
'A fast paced, all too real thrillerwith a villain right out of James Patterson and Criminal Minds' ANDREW GROSS
'A great mix of gruesome murders, a psychotic killer, revenge and great writing' CRIMESQUAD
'Ethan Cross manages to pull a new variant out of the black hat in Francis Ackerman ... A manipulative monster with a corrupt conscience' The Times.
'A great mix of gruesome murders, a psychotic killer, revenge and great writing ... I would recommend this book and make Cross an author to watch in future' CrimeSquad.
'A rather unusual talent has suddenly appeared, fully formed ... However many chapters you may plan to read, you will be persuaded to read just one more. The 300 pages turn very swiftly indeed' Barry Forshaw, We Love This Book.
'The surprises are fast and furious and will leave you breathless to read more' Lisa Gardner.
'A fast paced, all too real thriller with a villain right out of James Patterson and Criminal Minds' Andrew Gross.