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Purchase No Free Man by Graham Potts from Pantera press

 

Stepan Volkov forfeited his future when he was paid to forget his past.

Forced to adapt, he ultimately became the world's most wanted killer... feared, vicious and brutal.

A tool of the Organizatsiya, a Russian crime syndicate that forged him into 'The Wolf', he's pursued by American spies and Australian agents, torn between his need to survive and his desire to be free.

When a shock encounter in Australia uncovers forgotten secrets and threatens uneasy allegiances, Volkov suddenly sees a choice... one he thought would never be his to make.

With a billion-dollar international oil deal threatening to shift the global balance of power, will Volkov return to Moscow to wage war for the Organizatsiya, or will he find the courage to escape with a vengeful thief whose life he destroyed?

Praise for no free man

Sydney Morning Herald

"From outback New South Wales to Canberra to the backstreets of Moscow, Potts ably moves his story... The action and the characters have a cinematic feel to them and it will appeal to fans of Matthew Reilly."

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Sydney Arts Guide

"This is a Spy thriller on a truly grand scale... an impressive debut novel, an engrossing read, fast-paced and absorbing to the very end..."

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Abbey's Bookshop

"People are talking Ludlum, Clancy, Child and Reilly when characterising the debut novel by Graham Potts... [the writing is] tightly focused and pacy."

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The Courier mail

"Short. Sharp. Chapters. If that is the way you like your spy thrillers you will welcome a new player in the field of literary secrets and lies... could be the next Tom Clancy. Or Robert Ludlum. Or Matthew Reilly... a punchy thriller that keeps the readers guessing."

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the au review

"Needless to say, Matthew Reilly fans should read on... Potts writes imagery like a film. You feel like you should be in a cinema for a Bond film, not tucked in bed reading a book."

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aust crime fiction

"Fast paced, heaps of action, a lot of lurking baddies, a flawed hero and comparisons with the work of Tom Clancy and Matthew Reilly are going to be coming in droves."

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sydney morning herald

"… an action-packed espionage thriller in the mould of Robert Ludlum or Lee Child… taut and suspenseful and skilfully plotted… there's no question Potts is the real thing."

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