No Tomorrow (Victor #4) (Paperback)
Berkley, 9780451469656, 512pp.
Publication Date: September 2, 2014
THE JOB IS SIMPLE
When Victor is called to meet with an old friend who ultimately betrayed him, what he thought was an ambush is in fact a plea for help. As a Russian gangster, Norimov is accustomed to death threats, but now an unknown enemy wants more than his life. They intend to kill everyone he cares about, including his missing daughter Gisele. This time, Victor’s job is not to kill but to protect. Unfortunately, locating Gisele is his first mistake—because someone is watching his every move.
ESCAPE IS IMPOSSIBLE
Before she went into hiding, Gisele had uncovered a secret worth killing for—and now Victor has brought the enemy right to her doorstep. The least he can do is help her escape. But the ruthless network they’re up against has the police, MI5, and every major news outlet joining in the manhunt across London.
About the Author
Praise For No Tomorrow (Victor #4)…
“Fans of Lee Child and Vince Flynn will not want to miss The Enemy....an exceedingly smart thriller.”—Mark Greaney, national bestselling author of Dead Eye
“Tom has done his research and it shows. Tactical accuracy, globetrotting locales, and plenty of twists to keep you guessing to the last page, The Enemy makes James Bond look like a wannabe.”
—Brad Taylor, national bestselling author of Enemy of Mine
“Jack Reacher meets Thomas Crown in this electrifying thriller.”
—Simon Kernick, New York Times bestselling author
“If there’s anything Tom Wood knows, it’s creating scenes that crackle with suspense, fascination and copious action....he creates the kind of taut drama that makes the pages fly.... You’re going to enjoy this top-notch killer drama.”—Critical Mystery Tour
“[A] fascinating antihero.”—Library Journal
“Exciting and thrilling from beginning to end…Definitely recommended for readers who enjoy their action nonstop and unpredictable.”—Mysterious Reviews
“A truly great read featuring an unforgettable character….This is a thriller to the ‘nth’ degree….Readers will crave to see this one appear on the big screen.”—Suspense Magazine