A Terminal Agenda By Mark McKay

A Terminal Agenda

By Mark McKay

  • Release Date: 2015-07-22
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 288 Ratings


When the only form of justice that counts is your own.

For fans of suspense thrillers – a tense tale of murder, conspiracy and revenge. 

When a murder case lands on the desk of an experienced cop with an unblemished record, it looks like business as usual. But solving this one will test his principles right to the breaking point …  

One sunny summer morning in the City of London, an archaeological researcher just back from India is gunned down as he leaves a coffee shop. Who did it, and why? That’s the question facing DCI Nick Severance as he investigates his latest murder case. 

When the answers lead to a conspiracy that could endanger the lives of thousands of innocent people, Nick has his hands full. But when they also threaten to destroy the woman he loves, he makes a choice that changes his life forever.

If you like your thrillers with an international setting and a touch of the exotic, then this one is for you. 


  • A Terminal Agenda

    By Pdx Nana
    Great read, intriguing, wonderful characters and plots!
  • A Terminal Agenda

    By jnruby
    A fabulous read! Suitably complex, but not so much that it’s hard to follow. Filled with intrigue and good detective work!
  • Excellent read

    By bodhikins33
    An excellent mystery that weaves interesting people together with an intriguing plot.
  • Great story!

    By Suspense Junkie
    I loved this book. The description of places and people were so vivid. Can’t wait to read more from this author
  • Very pedestrian

    By Greg Raven
    Pedestrian prose, no sense of pace, and lots of filler ... which is a shame because the plot is actually not that bad. If you are desperate for something to read, you could do worse, but life is short ... aim higher if you have the chance.
  • A Terminal Agenda by Mark McKay

    By Proctorasshole
    Definitely fell in love with the characters so it was disturbing how quickly Lauren was murdered without a more detailed experience so the reader could really feel what happened to her without it being too terribly horrid. Guess I wanted more closure. Otherwise this amazing book is an excellent read!! KSW
  • Good almost to the end...

    By NotBrightEnough
    A disappointing ending to an almost alternative to Jack Reacher. Ending seemed rushed and contrived, but still a decent read. I did make it to the end.
  • Terminal Agenda

    By Rightdoor1
    This story kept me on the edge of my seat. So many twists and turns. Great Novel