Bryan Marlowe was born in the City of London, 1930. He left school at the age of 14. He had numerous jobs before National Service in the RAF 1948/1950. He rejoined the RAF in 1951 and retired in 1971. Marlowe worked for 20 years with a northern police force. On retirement he took up voluntary work with Victim and Witness Support, co-ordinated neighbourhood watch schemes, and worked as a newspaper columnist. He has travelled extensively through the five continents and lived abroad.
When actors from the Omega Film Company are abducted and held to ransom in Colombia by a merciless junta overlord, it falls to some familiar faces to stop a near tragedy. Mac is back and plunged into an all-too-familiar world of murder and abduction. Crisis in Colombia is an action packed thriller against a determined captor.
The story of two men who take deadly action against cowboy builders. Laurence Howard is told by police that his mother and father have been killed and his sister seriously injured in an explosion at their home, caused by a gas leak because his father had, against Howard's advice, used an unqualified builder to replace his gas boiler.
Be warned; don’t be fooled by Gary Remington’s gentlemanly demeanour. He’s a tough, war-hardened ex-sergeant major, who exercises unremitting relentlessness in whatever he undertakes. He’s now on a mission of merciless vengeance and he’ll take no prisoners!