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Janac's back… and there will be games – so what will you do when it's them… or the woman you love?

Psychotic Games

Drug baron Janac has unleashed a reign of terror in the South China Sea to fund his battle for control of the Australian narcotics trade. When he attacks an old cargo ship on an evil night off the Indonesian coast, it seems he has also found the perfect victims to exploit with his psychotic games.

Last Voyage

Phil Hamnet and his wife Anna are sharing a last voyage before the arrival of their twins. Hamnet escapes Janac's attack, but Anna is taken and held hostage to ensure first his silence, and then his cooperation. But when Janac's rogue ex-Special Forces crew attack more ships and men start dying, Hamnet has to decide if he can continue to sacrifice the lives of unknown sailors to save the woman he loves.

Living Nightmare

It's an awful decision for anyone to have to make, but for a man who's already had the same dilemma – tormented in a lifeboat, adrift in the vastness of the Pacific Ocean – it's a living nightmare.

Janac's first appearance was in Mark Chisnell's suspense thriller The Defector, a #1 thriller at Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.de.

The Wrecking Crew is an action packed adventure – see for yourself, read the opening chapters with 'Look Inside'.

The Wrecking Crew has topped the Amazon thriller charts in Germany.

Reviews for The Wrecking Crew

A real ripping yarn… begging to be made into an all-action film.

Qantas in-flight magazine

It's a great escapist yarn with Janac a really nasty villain who gives Hamnet untold grief. I enjoyed this one.

Hawkes Bay Today

I found it impossible to put down.

Boating New Zealand

Perfect for summer reading.

CityMix Auckland

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2788 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

A world-class villain ….

2 people found this helpful.
 on 3 November 2012
By Vixster
I must admit I’ve had this on my kindle for a while – ever since I read 

Maritime thriller

 on 26 December 2012
By TopCat
This is Mark Chisnell’s second outing for psychotic villain Janac. His team attack an old cargo ship under the charge of captain Phil Hamnet as a part of his latest venture. To Janac’s delight also on board is Hamnet’s heavily pregnant wife Anna. Back to the sort of mind games he delighted in during his first outing in The Defector he takes Anna hostage, initially to buy Hamnet’s silence. However after his escape Hamnet has to deal with his conscience and decide whether the life of his wife and children are more valuable than the lives of many more sailors. For Janac the deal is even sweeter when he learns about Hamnet’s past.

A really nasty villain

 on 5 June 2013
By Mrs. Bruce
I cannot understand the people who gave this book 1 or 2 stars and some even said they couldn’t be bothered to finish it. I know “each to their own” but I couldn’t have left this book without finding out the ending! A captain’s pregnant wife is kidnapped off a boat being wrecked by pirates taking the cargo. Desperate to get her back, the captain will do anything – well almost. The villain, Janac, was a really nasty piece of work, but an interesting character.


 on 17 March 2017
By paul
Couldn’t put this book down.Lots of tension.

A Nail biting Read

 on 5 January 2013
By Kev
I read this book over a couple ofdays at work as it was rather quiet,i soon became engrossed in a fantastic story.It was well written you actually feel for the characters,you start to empathise with the main characters and try and figure out if you could make the same choices.A fantastic read all the way through from beginning to end starting to look forother stories by this author hope they are as good as this one has set the bar cant wait for more ….

Brilliant Story Poor Ending

One person found this helpful.
 on 5 November 2013
Must say overall this book was a good read which took you through many emotions and at it was times difficult to put down. But for some reason the author did not close out the story and at the end left many questions about the main character unanswered which spoilt it a little, perhaps to get a sequel from it ?

A Good Read

2 people found this helpful.
 on 9 November 2011
By Yellerbelly
Like its predecessor, The Defector, this book is all about choices and moral dilemmas. It’s also a rattling good yarn which had me hooked from the first couple of pages. It held my attention to the end and left me pondering which way I might jump if forced to choose between the fate of one beloved person and countless unknown people.

Entertaining read

 on 27 June 2013
By DJW13
I thought that this was an entertaining read. The hero, as is normal, had a charmed life – it is always interesting to read how the hero escapes from desperate situations. I thought that it was unlikely that he would have trusted the villain so much – why indeed would have believed anything he said without checking it?
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