10 Random Things About Never Forget by Richard Davis


Saul Marshall is on the run.

As a wave of seemingly random assassinations engulfs California, Marshall finds himself drawn into a situation spiralling out of control.

He soon discovers some of the webs’ most secure protocols have been compromised by a rogue team of former Chinese agents. When Marshall realises what they plan, the stakes are raised…

And that’s before the Secretary of State gets involved. Can Marshall unravel the deceit and tricks before it’s too late? Can he stop the carnage, or will he become part of it? One thing is for certain: either way his enemies will never forget.

Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/34315196-never-forget

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Never-Forget-Saul-Marshall-Thriller-ebook/dp/B01MV5TT5T


10 Random Things about Never Forget.

1) The title, Never Forget, is a reference to a popular nationalist Chinese slogan: ‘Never Forget National Humiliation.’

2) While researching Never Forget, I was reading a book on Chinese nationalism on the London Underground – a book with the words Never Forget National Humiliation on the cover – and a group of Chinese tourists accosted me and insisted on examining the book.

3) After writing this novel (but before it was published) I made it my business to visit China, because I’m worried they’ll not let me visit again post publication.

4) Despite being a high-tech novel, it was written on a rickety old Toshiba laptop which often inexplicably refuses to connect to the internet.

5) I listened almost exclusively to Chance the Rapper (turned up incredibly loud) while writing Never Forget.

6) For every 1,000 words, I drank at least five cups of tea.

7) The notes I wrote for Never Forget – the research and plans – are nearly twice as long as the novel itself.

8) I’ve bought an eCig so that I can sign copies of the Never Forget eBook.

9) There was a bigger crowd at Never Forget’s inauguration than there was at Donald Trump’s.

10) Contrary to the rumours, Never Forget was NOT written by a thousand monkeys working at a thousand typewriters.


About the Author

Richard Davis graduated from University College London in 2011 and Cambridge University in 2012. The Saul Marshall series was born from Davis’s extensive travels around the United States and his long-standing

obsession with thriller fiction. He lives in North London, UK, with his girlfriend.

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