"I deal with heavy, dangerous people. People who can bring a society undone."
He's a big unit. He builds houses and drives a ute. But he isn't your typical tradie.
When a client calls he downs tools and flies into the hot zone in his other guise - as an elite private intelligence contractor.
In four high-octane adventures, The Contractor takes on a counter-surveillance gig in Singapore, a jungle ambush on a bomb-maker in South-East Asia, a cannonball run against the Taliban in Kabul and a gun-deal on a floating armoury in the Indian Ocean.
Will Mike make it back to his BBQ and building site? Or will fate deliver The Contractor At Hell's Gate?
About the Author
The Contractor worked in domestic and foreign intelligence organisations before returning to his first trade as a builder. He now divides his time between building houses and taking private intelligence contracts.
Mark Abernethy is a journalist and professional writer. Born in New Zealand, he has lived in Australia for most of his adult life. He is the author of six spy-thriller novels and is the ghost writer of many commercial titles.