A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

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Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

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Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

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Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

Source Article from http://renegadetribune.com/a-leopard-in-liverpool/

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A Leopard in Liverpool

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

A Mike Cut Copy Portrait 1

Prolific writer, editor and ghost-writer of over 60 book titles, Michael Walsh never authored a fictional novel ~ until now. The ‘until now’ is flexible. It was during the 1990s when, down to his last brass cent, he wondered if salvation might come via a blockbuster novel. Michael began work on Retribution, later re-titled The Leopard in Liverpool.

He knew the storyline had to tick all the boxes, one of which was the story had to be believable. There was only one way to achieve this; write a novel that draws on real life experiences. In many respects the book is painfully biographical. The reader will feel it as he or she turns the pages.

The novel is based on a mercenary’s planned vacation in his native Liverpool. His break goes awry when, during a chance meeting, he learns that his pubescent daughter, whom he has never met, is ensnared by the city’s lowlife.

An epic fail on their part. Ex-Liverpool seaman, Fraser McLeod, after being drawn into the 1960s Congo crisis and Simba Rebellion, had morphed into a lethal humanoid. The leopard (in the title) was the emblem of Commando Kansimba, otherwise known as the Leopard Battaillion led by Colonel Jean ‘Black Jack’ Schramme.

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Sof CONGO Rescueing of hostages in Congo

Further years in Rhodesia’s anti-insurgency bush wars served to turn a dog-of-war into a cunning and resourceful predator. Camouflaged by the inner-city mixed-race nomadic jetsam, his daughter’s trail has gone cold. The action heats up when the merciless MacLeod melts into the maritime city’s social sewers.

Purchase on AmazonPurchase on Amazon
Purchase on Amazon

Those, whose trade is debt and death, flesh and illegal substances know how to discourage the inquisitive. Yet, they are no match for a prowling marauder for whom death is no more to be feared than is birth. The soldier-of-fortune turned arms dealer has a single lead and unquenchable thirst for a vengeful nemesis.

This page-turning novel draws heavily on the real life experiences of the respected author. Readers will be much reminded of the Brian Garfield novel, Death Wish. The movie of the same title tells the story of Paul Kersey, a Manhattan architect who became famous, or infamous, for pedestrian vigilantism.

Parallels will also be drawn on the 1978 epic thriller Daniel Carney’s The Wild Geese. When the film was made it became an iconic movie that allows us a peek into the world of the notorious dogs-of-war.

If added to Death Wish and The Wild Geese, it is thought that Michael Walsh’s A Leopard in Liverpool would make the perfect pedestrian vigilantism trilogy.

Was Michael the man for the job? You decide but rest assured that much of the book is indeed biographical. A Leopard in Liverpool can be purchased or downloaded at Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle.

Source Article from http://renegadetribune.com/a-leopard-in-liverpool/

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