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Steve Bunce’s first novel out on 1st April

Ray Lester makes fights happen. He is a fixer, putting fighters together to battle it out for victory. He builds a bridge, walks across it and guides boxers to the negotiating table. Ray Lester is very good at his job.

Then one morning Ray’s life changes when a girl turns up on his doorstep asking for help. She desperately needs to find her father, an old-school Vegas crooner and man from the fight game. Ray agrees to help, before flying, with his questions and 30,000 other Brits with their union jacks, to Sin City to watch Hatton take on Mayweather. But before long the body count begins to rise dramatically in Atlantic City. The girl’s father has vanished and there are dangerous men looking for him. Ray finds himself in over his head when the boys in leather jackets start to hunt him down too, and he is easier to find than the missing man.

Ray flees to London and ends up in Blackpool, scouring the streets for the man, his daughter and about six-million dollars. At the same time, he needs desperately to avoid being found by the wrong people.

The Fixer is a fast-paced boxing thriller that plunges into the murky secret domain of deals, fights and fighters. This is a world beyond the glitz, glamour and glory, where men like Ray Lester operate. Written in a style that will appeal to fans of Budd Schulberg’s work, The Fixer grants exclusive access to a realm where the fixer is king.

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