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Today I am involved in the book tour for Seat 97 by Tony Bassett. Tony Bassett, a former Fleet Street journalist, has had seven crime novels published so far. He first developed a love of writing at the age of nine when he and a friend produced a magazine at their junior school in Sevenoaks, Kent. He went onto become a national newspaper journalist, mainly working for the Sunday People in both its newsroom and investigations department. Tony has five grown-up children. He is a Life Member of the National Union of Journalists. He lives in South-East London with his partner Lin.

About the book

A man who had it coming, or mistaken identity? People are finding their seats for a soul concert when a shot rings out. David Barron crumples to the floor. Next to him, journalist Nick Colton and his wife, Greta, step in to help. The assassin quickly escapes from the building. Realising this might be the scoop of his life, Nick rushes after him. Although the man evades him, Nick is determined to find the killer. Despite the misgivings of the police. So who was David Barron and why was he shot? Why was he holding the lethal ticket for Seat 97? Can you work out the mystery?

I absolutely loved this read and was pretty much gripped from the start. The plot is well written and easy to follow, I loved that it has plenty of twists and turns throughout.  The characters were likeable and I found myself trying to guess throughout who thr murderer was. It's definitely a must read for those who are into the crime/thriller/mystery genre. I'm definitely going to read more from the author in the future.

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Tony Bassett said...

Tony Bassett writes: Thank you so much for finding space on your website to mention my thriller Seat 97 and for writing such a glowing review . I’m glad you enjoyed reading it.
Best wishes,