“Shang-high and mighty…”

Hi guys!

I am delighted to be part of the blog tour for Mick Bose’s new book ‘Shanghai Tang’.

What’s it about?

A betrayed assassin is thrust into the secret life of Shanghai’s underworld. Dan Roy, ex Black Ops legend, is becoming a new legend in the infamous blood fight tournament called Kumite, in Hong Kong. He is carving himself a new life, when disaster strikes his loved ones back home. He gets a phone call, and he cannot deny Kimberly Smith’s plea for help. Not only is Kim’s life endangered, the rumbles of discontent have reached the White House… A devastating secret lurks inside the glamorous night life of Shanghai. Political interests are involved, and soon Dan finds himself in a ruthless and twisted struggle for survival. He gets help from Xiao Wei-Ling, A Chinese woman who is on the run herself. An ambitious Triad boss is making a bid to overrule the whole of Shanghai, and Dan Roy has become a thorn in his side. The Triads have help from the police, and all eyes are on Dan – alone in a foreign land. Get prepared for a white-knuckle ride from Hong Kong and Shanghai to the corridors of power in Washington, as we follow Dan on a terrifying adventure that could be his last. Will Dan meet his nemesis in the murky underworld of Shanghai? Or will he fight to live another day?

Shanghai Tang – a fast paced and heart pounding action thriller from the wildly popular Dan Roy Series.

About the author

shanghai tang author

If you are enthralled by Lee Child, David Baldacci and mesmerised by Vince Flynn, then you will like Mick Bose. Mick Bose is a writer in London who can often be found jogging around the parks of Wimbledon, when he is not writing. The popular and well received series about Dan Roy is a tornado of hard action and military secrets. A novella introducing Dan is now out, which is available to subscribers free at http://www.mickbose.com. He also has a standalone thriller, Enemy Within, which is a nail biting, fast paced manhunt about a secret weapon that can change World War 1. It is also a gesture of respect to the 100-year anniversary of the Great War.

YOU WANT MORE? Well okay! I have here an extract from the book!


Chapter 1

Jintai West Road

Near East 3rd Ring Road

West Beijing

Lin Yan increased his pace as he walked down the wide Jintai Road. Like most of Beijing’s new roads, this avenue was wide, with well-tended grass verges. Tall black buildings dominated the skyline around him. White lights glowed in windows, topped by the red circular halogens to ward off incoming aircraft. The habitual cranes that littered Beijing’s sky stood like question marks between the buildings.

Lin released the cordless earphones from his ears, they fell back on his neck. Lin dug his hands inside his light summer jacket, and looked around him furtively. A woman walking a dog. A man with a child. Two college students, hand in hand. Nothing suspicious.

A yellow haze from the street lamps smeared across the polluted, smog heavy air. He heard the steady drone of traffic from the Ring Road, a couple of hundred meters to his left. He wished it was quieter. He could hear softer sounds, like someone creeping up on him. Or the hum of a car’s engine as it slowed behind him. Inside the jacket pocket, his right hand gripped the tiny disk drive.

His passport to freedom. Whatever that meant. He would be getting out, as they had promised. That was more freedom than he had ever had. Funny how freedom meant different things to different people. It all came down to choices. And he had made his.

CLICK HERE to get your hands on a copy!

Don’t forget to check out the other stops on the blog tour! See below:

shanghai tang blog tour

Happy reading! Lx

Thank you to the author and Emma Mitchell for involving Books Beyond The Story on the blog tour!

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