Stuart Field: Nobody’s Agent

Today I’m joining the blog tour for Nobody’s Agent. I’m sharing an extract from the book with thanks to Zoe O’Farrell for inviting me on the blog tour and to the author for providing the extract.



In the Small town of Finchley, upstate New York, three bodies are discovered in an old mine. Soon after, Sheriff Doug Harrison contacts the FBI for help.

Ronin Nash is an ex-FBI special agent who wanted nothing more than to finish restoring the old family lake house. Now, Nash’s old boss wants him back and on the Finchley case.

Nash takes the job and travels to Finchley, expecting to solve the case quickly, but it turns out that things are not not as clear-cut as he thought. Someone in the small town has a secret, and they’re willing to go to any lengths to protect it.

A riveting crime thriller, Nobody’s Agent is the first book in Stuart Field’s Ronin Nash series.


The phone rang for several seconds; Nash figured either Blake had hit traffic or was just screwing with Nash to see if he canceled the call. Nash knew that Blake had a theory that the person was committed and had already made their mind up after ten seconds. On the eleventh second, Blake answered.

“I take it you’re in?” Blake asked.

“Depends,” Nash replied.

“On what?” Blake said.

“Is it the thing with the bodies in the mine?” Nash asked.

“Yep. Thought you could do your magic.”

“Okay, but just this one case. After that, I’m done. This is just a favor to you,” Nash said.

“Okay, deal. Head to the New York office. It’s in the FBI building for the moment. Speak to Dixon. He’ll give you the details. And, Nash?” Blake said, his tone full of concern.

“Yeah, don’t worry, I’ll put a suit on,” Nash said, rubbing a hand across his beard.

“Cool, but I was going to say…be nice,” Blake said.

“Don’t push it, Nick. You’re already getting me back on the job,” Nash said and hung up.


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