Lost and the Blind
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BeschreibungThis gripping Irish thriller is an intriguing new departure for comic noir writer Declan Burke."e;A dying man, if he is any kind of man, will live beyond the law."e; The elderly German, Karl Uxkull, was senile or desperate for attention. Why else would he concoct a tale of Nazi atrocity on the remote island of Delphi, off the coast of Donegal? And why now, 60 years after the event, just when Irish-American billionaire Shay Govern has tendered for a prospecting licence for gold in Lough Swilly?Journalist Tom Noone doesn't want to know. With his young daughter Emily to provide for, and a ghost-writing commission on Shay Govern's autobiography to deliver, the timing is all wrong. Besides, can it be mere coincidence that Karl Uxkull's tale bears a strong resemblance to the first thriller published by legendary spy novelist Sebastian Devereaux, the reclusive English author who has spent the past 50 years holed up on Delphi?But when a body is discovered drowned, Tom and Emily find themselves running for their lives, in pursuit of the truth that is their only hope of survival.
Untertitel: A contemporary thriller set in rural Ireland. 211:eBook ePub. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Severn House Publishers
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2015
Seitenanzahl: 240 Seiten
Format: epub eBook
Kopierschutz: Adobe DRM