House of the Hanged

House of the HangedMark Mills, Bestselling Author Of Amagansett, The Savage Garden, And The Information Officer, Is Renowned For Blending Riveting History, Rich Atmosphere, And Thrilling Suspense Now, In House Of The Hunted, Mills Deftly Unfolds A Story Of Betrayal, Love, And The Inescapable Pull Of The Past As An Ex Spy Finds Himself Drawn Back Into His Treacherous Former Life C Te D Azur, France, As Europe Moves Inexorably Toward War, Tom Nash Feels Pleasantly Removed, Pursuing A Quiet Writing Career On An Idyllic Stretch Of The French Riveria A Former Intelligence Operative For The British Government, Tom Now Finds Refuge Among The Lively Seaside Community Of Expats And Artists, Hoping To Put The Worst Deeds From His Job And Memories Of The Woman He Once Loved Far Behind Him But Tom S Peaceful Existence Is Shattered When An Unknown Hit Man Tries To Kill Him In His Sleep Tom Is Sure That Somebody Knows His Secrets, And That This Attempt On His Life Won T Be The Last Relying On His Instincts For Self Preservation, Tom Suspects Everyone Of Double Dealing, Even People He Considers His Friends The Russian Art Dealers From Paris, The Exiled German Dissidents, Even His Former Boss And Closest Confidant And As He Plunges Further Into His Haunted Past, Tom Feels Himself Turning Into The Person He Used To Be A Dangerous Man, Capable Of Anything Combining Vividly Drawn Characters And Gripping Acts Of Espionage, House Of The Hunted Is A Superbly Crafted Novel By An Exceptional And Versatile StorytellerPraise For House Of The Hunted Suspenseful And Romantic Reminiscent Of Some Of The Best Spy Novels Of The Past CNN A Wild Fire Hybrid Of John Le Carr And Ernest Hemingway An Excellent Read For Those Who Enjoy Both Espionage And Literary Thrillers Bookreporter Mark Mills Is A Polished Stylist With A Singular Talent For Capturing The Defining Moment When Something Precious Is About To Be Lost Forever The New York Times Book Review This Is Bloody Brilliant A Masterpiece Of Espionage Fiction That Fully Thrills, While Evoking A Time And Place With The Assurance Of Alan Furst S Forays Into Prewar Europe This Novel Is Beautifully Crafted, Breathless, And Immensely Satisfying Olen Steinhauer, New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Tourist AndThe Nearest Exit Explosive A Terse, Carefully Plotted Journey That Will Have You Guessing Until The Very End Oprah Mesmerizing Mills S Best Work In An Already Accomplished CareerThe Independent Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author. Won through a Goodreads GiveawayHouse of the Hunted is the first novel I ve read by Mark Mills While sleeping one night Tom s past comes back to haunt him with a vengence He s tried to put to rest the man he used to be and the constant memories of his one love The man who s paid to kill him is proof that he can no longer hide as he s sure there will be looking for him What he s most concerned with is who in his circle has sold him out.House of the Hunted takes place in the south of France during 1935, 16 years later from when we initially meet Tom who was a spy at the time Traipsing from one party to another it seems, Tom is no longer a cold blooded killer but sure knowes when to call on those skills when necessary.What I liked most about Mark Mills writing is how descriptive it is Most thrillers are really shy on details I felt that I lived Le Rayol with Tom and his friends It almost felt like these people partied a little too much but when in FranceThere is an underlying romance that gives readers a whole nother layer to Tom s character He s an emotionally damaged man after word that his first love Irina has been executed Her ghost lingers in a haunting way that it allows readers to feel sorry for Tom It is this attention to character development that makes Mills a master of his craft It is why literary snobs that still love suspense flock to titles such as this I m no literary snob, but I do have gripes.Although I appreciate detail and character development as much as the next person, I couldn t help but feel like there was not enough of the espionage, or thriller feel The moments of action were brief and over in a blink I know this is not supposed to be some David Morrell novel where Tom s automatically turned into Rambo but I did expect a lot of this person the book sleeve suggests Tom once was I m certain that because House of the Hunted is geared towards a literary audience it s trying to make a point What I found to be a recurring theme was that we never quite know the people we surround ourselves with or even love I very much so enjoyed reading House of the Hunted and look forward to reading others I may have missed by this author.

Mark Mills is a British writer of screenplays and novels His first screenplay was BAFTA nominated short film One Night Stand starring Jemma Redgrave and James Purefoy in 1993 this won Mills a Best Screenplay award at the Angers European First Film Festival in 1995.Mills s first novel was Amagansett, later reissued under the title The Whaleboat House published in 2004 this won him the Best Cr

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  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • House of the Hanged
  • Mark Mills
  • English
  • 28 July 2019
  • 9781400068197

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