Tom Wood is a full-time writer born in Burton-on-Trent who now lives in London. After a stint as freelance editor and film-maker, he completed his first novel, The Hunter, which was an instant bestseller and introduced readers to a genuine antihero, Victor, an assassin with a purely logical view on life and whose morals are deeply questionable. Like Victor, Tom is passionate about physical sport, being both a huge boxing fan and practising Krav Maga martial arts, which has seen him sustain a number of injuries. He has not, however, ever killed anyone.
Very few British writers are as good at this sort of all-action thriller. Victor makes Bond look like Milly-Molly-Mandy - Sunday Express on A Time to DieFists, feet and bullets fly in this fast-paced thriller from the dark side of international espionage . . . Great insights into the tradecraft and psychology of the professional hunter - Sunday Times on The Darkest DayFast paced, cinematic and violent - Sunday Mirror on The Darkest DayNon-stop chasing and killing, but with flashes of melancholy and regret - The Times on Better Off DeadAuthentically brutal - The Telegraph on The EnemyEchoes of Jason Bourne . . . each plot twist is unexpected and well-timed - Daily Mail on The EnemyElectrifying - Simon Kernick on The HunterImpressively intricate - New York Times on The Hunter