John Burns

19 May 2016
336 pages


There were two splashes in London that night: the first was a body dropping into the Thames with a bullet hole in its head; and the second was tabloid crime hack Max Chard's exclusive story on the killing. But murder is only half the yarn. Meet the lovable, alcohol soaked, womanising rogue, Max Chard, in this terrific expose of the world of tabloid journalism.
The action leaps right off the page . . . Every sentence bites.
Gritty, gripping, authentic.
If you're into comedy thrillers, then Hack is for you. I promise you, it's the funniest read of the year.