Deadly Crossing (A Tom Dugan Novel)

| December 27, 2014


Deadly Crossing (A Tom Dugan Novel)


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A phone call. A common enough event, sometimes welcome, sometimes annoying, but seldom life changing. Or so we assume. But assumptions are dangerous things, and the reality is we all live one phone call away from disaster. One cheerful ring away from news of a tragic accident. One muted buzz from learning a lifetime of memories have disappeared in a raging house fire.

And so it is for Tom Dugan, rolling though the London night, the woman he loves in the taxi beside him. Life is good by any measure — until his phone rings, alerting him to the arrival of two old Russian friends with a very big problem.

Dugan’s attempts to help his friends rescue an innocent girl from the Russian mob plunge him into a world he’d scarcely imagined, endangering him and everyone he holds dear. A world of modern day slavery and unspeakable cruelty, from which no one will escape, unless Dugan can weather a Deadly Crossing.

READER COMMENTS (Read full reviews below)

Deadly Crossing grabs you from the start, taking you into the very real world of human trafficking. The action is fast paced and the story moves along smoothly. I am a dedicated Clancy and Cussler reader. I’ve added McDermott to the list.
Eric Groody – Amazon – 5 Stars

Charlie Koch – Amazon – 5 Stars

Fast read with an appropriate amount of danger, disgusting scenarios and good guys. Hopefully the actual victims of human trafficking are on someone’s radar. A work of fiction that makes one think.
L. Hart – Amazon – 5 Stars

McDermott has the knack of choosing themes in the spot light. Very fast paced and hard to put down. The maritime content on container ships rings true. I enjoyed it and strongly recommend it.
Robert T. Bush – Amazon – 5 Stars

Another great read from R.E. McDermott! Fast paced & hard to put down.
Ann Petersen – Amazon – 5 Stars

This is my second Dugan novel and as much as I liked the first one,I liked this one even more.
Stephen “Mark” Elmore – Amazon – 5 Stars

McDermott has a great writing style that incorporates suspense and research laced into a superb story line. Right up there with Clancy, except he doesn’t get bogged down with too much technical detail.
Brad Nelson – Amazon – 5 Stars

Deadly Crossing will blow you away! Far and away R.E. McDermott’s best work yet! He is to be commended for bringing attention to this issue (human trafficking), while treating us to a gripping thriller that is impossible to put down. Prepare to lose sleep with this page-turner.
Picky – Amazon – 5 Stars

My only issue was that I finished it before I was ready to be done. I’m not sure where the author got his insights into the Russian Mafia, but it had the feel of inside, in depth knowledge.
Eddy – Amazon – 5 Stars

I blame this book for several nights of lost sleep. I could not put it down even knowing I had to get up and get ready for work 6 hours later. Very exciting well developed story.
Larry D. Richardson – Amazon – 5 Stars

I got hooked on McDermott reading Deadly Straits. His stories are believable and months ahead of the world headlines. If you enjoy Vince Flynn and Tom Clancy you’ll really love RE McDermott.
Ksherida – Amazon – 5 Stars


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