Is Max McLean the new Jason Bourne?
If you want to find out, read
'The Break Line'

The Break Line
The debut thriller from James Brabazon

Officially Max McLean doesn't exist.

The British government denies all knowledge of the work he does on their behalf to keep us safe. But Max and his masters are losing faith in each other. And they give him one last chance to prove he's still their man.

Sent to a military research facility to meet a former comrade-in-arms, Max finds the bravest man he ever knew locked up for his own protection. His friend lost his mind during an operation in West Africa. The reason? Absolute mortal terror.

Max is determined to find out why.

Ahead lies a perilous, breath taking mission into the unknown that will call into question everything that Max once believed in.

Acting alone, without back-up, Max lands in Sierra Leone with his friend's last words ringing in his ears: 'They're coming, Max. They're coming . . .'

Beautifully written and extensively researched, The Break Line is a riveting page-turner, a gruesome delight, and a study of what lies in the shadowed corners of the human heart.
Gregg Hurwitz, author of Orphan X.

Breathless, complex, and seriously hardcore - don't plan to sleep tonight. Lee Child

James Brabazon: Biography

James Brabazon is an award-winning frontline journalist and documentary filmmaker. Based in London, he has travelled in over 70 countries, investigating, filming and directing in the world's most hostile environments. His awards include the Rory Peck Trust International Impact Award, the Rory Peck Freelancer's choice Award, the IDA Courage Under Fire Award and the FPA's TV News Story of the Year. He has made over 30 films broadcast by the BBC, Channel 4, HBO, CNN and the Discovery Channel.

He lectures on the ethics and practicalities of reporting from war zones and his reportage has been published in the Observer and the Guardian. He is the author of the critically aclclaimed My Friend the Mercenary, a memoir recounting his experiences of the Liberian civil war and the Equatorial Guinea coup plot.. The Break Line is his debut novel.