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The Thrilling conclusion of Thornhill's journey is here with The Twelve and The Nobody!
Everything changed with what Thomas saw in that last room...
S. W. Ellenwood's debut series comes to a close. Picking up moments after The Dragon and the Lumberjack, Thomas finds himself on the run from the law, the triad, and The Twelve themselves. Abandoning his alias and quest, Thomas seeks only to get out alive with everyone close to him before The Twelve's agents, or his physical injuries, catch up to him.
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The Dragon and the Lumberjack Is out!
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Thomas feared he played Jack too well...
The sequel to S. W. Ellenwood's debut novel, The Janitor and the Spy, picks up six months after Thomas Thornhill's nightmare mission in Amsterdam. On his own, he now goes under the alias of Jack Montferrand and seeks to gain entry into the oldest and most dangerous triad in Asia to find Them.
On the inside, he found the triad not as stable as he thought, forcing him to prove his trust and worth to them at every turn as new rivals sprout up. He plunges his hands deeper into the filth and the alias of Jack where he starts to wonder where Thomas ends and Jack begins.
A spy’s first mission turns disastrous when his contacts keep getting shot. Can he separate the truth from lies in time to save his career—or at least his life?
It was supposed to be simple: fly to Amsterdam, ask a guy some questions, and fly home. So why is Thomas Thornhill sitting in a transit center bathroom stall in Detroit, covered in ash and blood, asking himself philosophical questions about the meaning of truth?
Apparently in spy-speak, “simple” means the most disastrous undertaking you never expected to experience. Noted, but unhelpful. The only thing that Thornhill needs to ascertain at this point is what to do now…
A thrilling debut from novelist newbie S. W. Ellenwood, The Janitor and the Spy takes you on an exhilarating adventure chasing pimps and thugs through the back alleys of Amsterdam as Thornhill struggles to successfully complete his first mission—alive.
the Lions' Chronicle interview of s. w. ellenwood
“When I received my first proof of the book, I literally laughed and cried at the same time. It was like holding a baby.” Read the rest of the interview here.