Blog Tour: An Unbeaten Man by Brendan Rielly

What’s it about?

Cover-1Abandoned by his father, orphaned by his drug-addled mother, and devastated by the murder of his sister, Michael McKeon was once a hardened “street dog who learned to play in traffic.” Years later, Michael, now a Bowdoin College professor of microbiology with a wife and adopted daughter, creates a microbe that instantly cleans up any oil spill, no matter how large, by devouring the oil. That discovery should’ve been the breakthrough that defines a career. Instead, Michael’s life falls apart when The Global Group kidnaps his wife and daughter, forcing him to use his microbe to destroy all Saudi and Russian oil. As Michael races against the clock to save his family, he becomes a threat to the secret efforts of the American, Russian and Saudi governments to douse the flames in the Middle East by implementing a new Marshall Plan.

What do reviewers say?

[An Unbeaten Man] takes readers on an electrifying race to stop a conspiracy guaranteed to tear the world apart. Ripped from the headlines, An Unbeaten Man delivers a tight, no-holds-barred international thriller—a masterful web of twists and turns guaranteed to delight the most discerning technothriller reader. Steven Konkoly, bestselling author of the Black Flagged thriller series.

“Thriller” doesn’t do it justice. What a plot! From the United States to Saudi Arabia to Russia, you’ll careen around the world in the midst of a cast of characters that are at times intriguing, frightening, confusing, and compelling.

If you enjoy spy novels, as I do, this one’s for you. George Smith, 
Outdoor writer, newspaper columnist.

Who wrote it?Brendan book cover photo

Brendan Rielly graduated from Bowdoin College with a major in Government and Legal Studies and a minor in Russian before obtaining his law degree from the University of Notre Dame, where he also studied fiction writing. He has written for several newspapers and practices law in Portland, Maine. He lives with his family in Westbrook, Maine.

Where can I get it?

For sale on Amazon, Target, and at bookstores everywhere.

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