Judith O'Reilly is a former lobby correspondent at Westminster. She's also a former political producer with BBC 2's Newsnight and ITN's Channel 4 News, and a former education correspondent with The Sunday Times where she also covered politics, undercover reporting, and general news. She still writes for The Sunday Times.
Her two non-fiction books Wife in the North and A Year of Doing Good were both published by Viking Penguin. Wife in the North reached number three in the UK bestsellers' chart and was in the top ten for five weeks. It was also a top ten bestseller in Germany. It sold into ten countries, was serialised by The Sunday Times and the Daily Telegraph, was a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week, and was based on Judith's eponymous blog (named as one of the top 100 blogs in the world by The Sunday Times). Judith's blog is credited with kicking off the popularity of domestic blogging in the UK. For A Year of Doing Good, she did a good deed a day for a year. (It did not make her a better person.) She has taught memoir and blogging at Newcastle University, and occasionally advises on strategic communications. Most of all though, she writes and drinks tea. Occasionally, she shakes things up and drinks covfefe.
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"A gritty, action-packed page-turner." ANDY MCNAB.
Michael North is a hero, with a bullet in the brain to prove it. Working for a mysterious agency called The Board, North knows one thing for sure – he's very good at killing very bad guys. But what happens when a hero is ordered to kill a good woman rather than a bad man?
He should follow orders.
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