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On The Table Read, “the best book magazine in the UK“, Cameron Phoenix’s new thriller, introduces Jayden Fox who’s quiet life is turned on its head when he becomes linked with an infamous hacker and finds his name on the international crime wanted list.
Cameron Phoenix has launched his literary career with a plot that reads like a great cocktail of tastes, coming together for a standout and memorable experience, as two apparently unrelated two storylines merge to deliver a suspense laden narrative. This debut publication set the bar high for Mr Phoenix to meet the expectations of his new found fans with any future releases.
Jayden Amare Fox’s quiet life on an East London estate seems to finally be improving when things take an unexpectedly dark and violent turn. Consumed by pain and obsessed with vengeance, Jayden’s path crosses with that of an infamous, and internationally wanted, hacker. A manhunt begins, as conspiracies of corruption and greed are uncovered, and the consequences of playing God revealed.
When a formidable common enemy emerges, secrets of a mysterious past that Jay has unknowingly been carrying his whole life are both a gift and a curse. The body count rises as the pair are forced to make sacrifices in a desperate attempt to save the little of what remains.
Catalyst delivers the whole literary shebang (love, tragedy, revenge, redemption, mystery, suspense and sci-fi), while shunning the structure of a formulaic thriller, putting Cameron Phoenix at the top of the list of new authors to look out for.
Born in Edinburgh, Cameron Phoenix grew up in London, where he holds a computer science degree and has a career in software engineering. Cameron has a mixed Scottish/Middle Eastern heritage which he says “is my default answer to the ‘something interesting about me’ prompt”. Catalyst is his debut novel.
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Goodreads Review: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/142539388-catalyst
Published by Vanguard Press, Catalyst is available in paperback (ISBN No: 978-1800163652) and Kindle format:
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