Saturday, 15 November 2014

Breakwater




Breakwater
Crime Thriller
Published by Paul Anthony Associates 
15th November, 2014
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 It’s 1938. The Spanish Civil War is in its final throes. 


Corbera d'Ebre, Catalonia, Spain

Nationalists carry out aerial bombing

Anti aircraft emplacement

Troops crossing the River Ebro

T-26 Tank

Franco, Mussolini, Hitler, Chamberlain, Lebrun and Stalin, dominate European politics.

Adolf  Hitler - Germany 

Albert Francois Lebrun - France

Benito Mussolini - Italy

General Franciso Franco - Spain

Joseph Stalin - U.S.S.R.

Neville Chamberlain - UK

A ship leaves Canada bound for France but there’s a storm at sea and the vessel is wrecked in the English Channel. 






Seventy five years later the chess playing detective, Davies King, investigates the connection between the escape of a handful of petty criminals from a prison van; a vicious murder, a sunken ship in the English Channel, a corrupt American politician, and ‘organised crime’. 





Air Nitrox Tables



Divers find a shipwreck



United Kingdom Special Forces - UKSF

Will Britain’s most annoying petty criminals outwit the stressed-out detective? 

Faced with overwhelming odds, the exhausted Davies King must come to terms with failure and re-ignite ‘loyalty’. On the doorstep of bribery, corruption and kidnap, the detective recognises an emerging catastrophe which is likely to destroy the foundations of an Anglo-American agreement and destroy that special relationship. 

But loyalty is the last stand and it’s beyond his control.

Review: 
Another epic page turner from the pen of Paul Anthony. He grabs you on page one and won't let you go until the end. A great plot from a formidable crime writer..... 
Pauline Livingstone, Editor and Book Critic.

Review:
Amazon Review: 
An absolutely brilliant read by a great author, keeps you on the edge of your seat thoroughly enjoyable.

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