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There are 18 ebook copies and 2 paperbacks waiting for you there of my latest Steve Regan Undercover Cop book, Dilemma. It’s Book 2 in the series. You can read about Book 1 in the series here.

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Here are some of the early reviews:

Top customer reviews
Sashadoo
5.0 out of 5 stars Even better than the first book
15 July 2018
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

In the second Steve Regan book, we find Regan, (now known as Ryan), managing a bar and whorehouse in Thailand. He is undercover again of course, working a new drug case. What he doesn’t know is that he will soon be pitched against an old enemy from the past, one that puts his life and that of his new lover, Fon, in mortal danger. Dilemma is without doubt a faster moving, more polished and pacy read than the first book in the trilogy. It’s a genuine page-turner with plenty of action and a real and satisfying love interest for the hero of the piece, which serves to make Regan a more believable ‘human’ character. I must commend the author on a most surprising and ingenious twist in the tale as the ending really took me by surprise. I will certainly look forward to the next Steve Regan story. This was worth the preorder and didn’t disappoint me at all.

Claire Doyle
4.0 out of 5 stars The Luck Of The Irish
11 July 2018
Format: Kindle Edition

“Lucky’s Bar but it isn’t going to be so lucky for you …”

Regan is undercover and waiting in Lucky’s Bar on the edge of the red light district in Patong,Thailand. He has been waiting for four months for a drugs deal with $50,000 in his bag.

“Regan likened the waiting to fishing. You threw out the bait and hoped for the big one.”

A Thai enters and puts a gun to his head. He was sent by an American called Watkins. But who is Watkins?

This story uncovers Russian gun smuggling, drugs, mafia, people trafficking, women held in metal containers, nerve agents, gruesome killings. Regan ends up in the slammer, or ‘monkey house’ with the men and ‘ladyboys’ and, but for the woman who has fallen for him, there he would have stayed. This is a man’s read but lucky for Regan, he has the right woman in tow.

Sabai Sabai means no dramas, no dilemmas in Thai. This novella is packed with drama and one big dilemma for Regan. But ‘Lucky’ is clearly his middle name.

If you like your stories hard-boiled, then this is one for you.

I received an advance copy for review.

 

Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 reviews
DES

5.0 out of 5 stars If you like suspense, you won’t be disappointed.
23 July 2018 – Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase

Once again, Stephen Bentley writes a compelling and thrilling story, with his latest novella, Dilemma. The story builds on Book One in this series. Steve Regan continues his undercover work, doing what he does best – bringing the bad guys to justice – sometimes the judicial form of justice and sometimes his own form of justice.
This time he is infiltrating the world of a dangerous mob cartel and finds himself mixed up in the seedy world of the people trafficking, gun running and of course drugs. The tale is full of adventure as Regan and his woman Fon, make some new friends and some new enemies as well as run into a few old enemies.
Reagan is forced to dig deep in his heart to do what is right when he falls in love with a woman he probably shouldn’t. The action-packed ride has plenty of narrow escapes and near misses. Right from the first bombs ripping thorough major cities in the US to the last surprising ending, the story is a captivating and fun read.

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