A high-stakes thriller that weaves Turkey's war-torn past with action, adventure, and conspiracy.
British business intelligence operative Iain Black is caught up in the car-bombing of a hotel in Southern Turkey while investigating a murky Lebanese banker. His partner, Mustafa, is killed in the blast, and Iain vows to find out who is responsible. Working with beautiful Dutch historian Aletta Neuhuis, who was also affected in the bombing, Iain ‘s investigative trail leads to Turkey's past - to the invasion of Northern Cyprus in 1974, and further back in time to the Trojan War.
As the connections become clear, Iain and Aletta begin to realize that this was no random terrorist attack, but something bigger and far more dangerous. And as the hunters become the hunted, Iain and Aletta must dig deeper to reveal a terrifying conspiracy before they are silenced for good.…
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An interesting story
This is the first book I'd listened to by this author and I was quite impressed.
The historical side of the story was fascinating, the action moved along at a good pace and was made even better by the superb narration of Jonathan Keeble
I shall certainly get further books from this author.
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Great book well read
This book kept you going as a thriller and was also informative from a history point of view
I would strongly recommend this book