Solomon Creed: The only thriller you need to read this year Paperback – 2 Jun 2016
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‘A fast-moving thriller that makes for an exhilarating read. Perfect for any fans of Lee Child’ Sun
‘Compelling, vivid and profound, I loved it. It stays with you long after you’ve finished the final page’ Peter James
‘Every page, every twist, speaks of Simon's deep love and mastery of the genre’ Tom Rob Smith
‘Who is Solomon Creed? He's the hero of an epic new series of thrillers. Simple as that’ Mark Billingham
Toyne is a master of suspense who keeps the reader hooked. An excellent read’ Daily Express
‘It's a corker. Lee Child meets Stephen King via Don Winslow’ Mark Edwards
‘A windswept thriller with a striking twist, nicely steeped in the Hallucinatory Arizona landscape’ Stav Sherez
‘Top-shelf writers aren't made – they're born, and you can tell in two pages when you've found one. Simon Toyne has got the gift, and SOLOMON CREED proves it – his imagery, his language, and the cool mystery surrounding Solomon Creed and where he’s going. I think you’ll love this one’
Greg Iles, author of Natchez Burning and The Bone Tree
‘The boldest thriller you'll read this year. Simon Toyne takes you places the other writers don't dare go’ Tom Harper
'Intrigue, mystery, atmosphere . . . it will draw you in and hold you there. Solomon Creed is a thriller with smarts and class' Scott Mariani
‘At last, Jack Reacher has some credible competition’ Phylippa Smithson, LoveReading
‘An electrifying roller-coaster of a book’ Celia Cohen, LoveReading
‘An absolutely cracking thriller’ Sarah Musk, LoveReading
‘A great summer's read is to be had from this juggernaut of a thriller’ Ian Harvey-Brown, LoveReading
Praise for Simon Toyne’s SANCTUS series:
‘Among the best current thrillers’ SUNDAY EXPRESS
‘Intriguing and engaging … Relentless pace. An exciting and interesting read’ SUN
'A fast moving, thoroughly enjoyable, adventure – plenty of action, plenty of intrigue and wonderfully imaginative' KATE MOSSE
From the Inside Flap
WHO IS SOLOMON CREED?
The first in an electrifying new high concept series from Sunday Times bestselling author of SANCTUS, Simon Toyne. Perfect for fans of Lee Child and Stephen King.
A plane crash in the Arizona desert.
An explosion that sets the world on fire.
A damning pact to hide an appalling secret.
And one man bound to expose the truth.
He is Solomon Creed. No one knows what he is capable of.
Not even him.
When Solomon Creed flees the burning wreckage of a plane in the Arizona desert, seconds before an explosion sets the world alight, he is acting on instinct alone. He has no memory of his past, and no idea what his future holds. Running towards a nearby town, one name fires in his mind - James Coronado. Somehow, Solomon knows he must save this man. But how do you save a man who is already dead?
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I read a lot & it's the best book I have read this year.
Yes, it entertained but was not what I was expecting!
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If like me you only tend to read on holiday make this your holiday read, it's nonstop from start to finish! Read morePublished 1 day ago by robin moss
A damn good read. Really enjoyed the way the story moved along. A must read...once I stared I couldn't stop.Published 24 days ago by Amazon Customer
Poorly written book. Uninteresting. Why do I have to write more? I have said all I wish to say. Avoid.Published 1 month ago by Masrie Wilcock
I was really getting into the story and the main character, the history of the town etc, and then it all became a bit godly/supernatural and turned me off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anna B
Quite an enjoyable thriller until about two thirds in when it got a bit daft with ghostly apparitions and the suggestion that the title character might be 4000 years old. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Chapman