DECEIT, SEX & MURDER AMONGST THE GLITTERING TOWERS OF DUBAI

  • AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Adventure, Crime, Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

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    Nine Elms Books, the new fiction imprint for Bene Factum Publishing, presents its first title, a light-hearted yet action-packed crime thriller set against the exotic backdrop of Dubai.

    Persian Roulette was published in March 2015 as the first book in the Harry Linley Trilogy. The second chapter, Moscow Payback was released early in 2016 and the third – Mexican Standoff will be published later this year…

    “Can a Persian cat start a war? This one can. Hilarious.”  Frederick Forsyth

    Funny, troubling and thought-provoking all in one – from a man who has been there and seen it himself!” Bear Grylls

    A hilarious, mile-a-minute thriller providing a sharp-eyed satire of our globalised world, in which those who shout loudest, shoot fastest and spend most always try to come out on top. What starts out as a simple crime story turns into an anarchic series of twists and turns that will leave the reader scrambling with anticipation for the next page.

    Persian Roulette

    In the midst of the world’s faltering recovery from the economic crisis, listless financier and ex-special forces officer Harry Linley accepts the seemingly innocent task of spending a week cat-sitting for a friend.

    By the end of the third night, however, two men are dead on the kitchen floor.

    A handful of disparate international strangers find themselves subsequently entangled in a web of deceit, sex and murder amongst the glittering towers of Dubai, with a seemingly unstoppable chain of miscommunication threatening to bring them and the world to ruin. At the heart of all the chaos: this beautiful, white Persian cat.

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1 Response to Deceit, Sex & Murder Amongst the Glittering Towers of Dubai

  • January Gray wrote on April 28, 2016 at 12:11 // Reply

    I would love to read and review this book for my blog when I reopen it in July.

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