Jack Higgins

A one time soldier and teacher Jack Higgins, or Harry Patterson as he was born – is one of the UK’s most prolific thriller authors. Having written over 60 novels spanning 6 decades he is probably best known for his break through title The Eagle has Landed (1975) which helped him become an international seller and to date he’s sold over 250 million books worldwide.

This September Jack has published a further 2 new Sean Dillion thrillers The Wolf and the Door and A Darker Place  – we’re got a couple of extracts for you to enjoy.

The Wolf at the Door

A Darker Place

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