False Prophet by Richard Davis #BlogTour @canelo_co @DickDavisDavis


Book Description:

When a rogue cult turns deadly, the authorities call on former conman, Agent Saul Marshall. Drawn into a cat and mouse chase with the leader of the cult, Ivan Drexler, news arrives that he has taken Marshall’s son hostage. Removed from the line of duty, Marshall must work alone, off-grid.


As the attacks intensify, Saul will stop at nothing to defeat Drexler. But people are questioning Saul’s own part in the carnage. He must work fast to save both his country and his son.


As wave after wave of attacks break, the clock is ticking…

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My Thoughts:

False Prophet is the authors debut novel and also the first in a new series of novels following Saul Marshall.

It didn’t actually take me long to read this novel at all. Due to the short chapters and the storyline, I found myself flying through it.

The whole storyline is one that will certainly get the readers attention, especially if you enjoy a story with a good plot that is very much a race against time.

Saul is certainly an interesting character. In a world where he doesn’t know who he can trust, he certainly has his work cut out in trying to get to the bottom of it all and saving him and his son’s life.

False Prophet is certainly a good start to a new series and I have a feeling that there is a lot more good things to come from this author yet.

Many thanks to the author for a copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.

False Prophet is available to purchase from Amazon





Richard Davis graduated from University College London in 2011 and Cambridge University in 2012.


The Saul Marshall series was born from Davis’s extensive travels around the United States and his long-standing obsession with thriller fiction.


He lives in North London, UK, with his girlfriend.

If you want to know more you can find Richard on Twitter @DickDavisDavis

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