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Book Title: The Candidate|
The author of the book: Daniel Pembrey
ISBN 13: 9781499670479
Format files: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
The size of the: 319 KB
Date of issue: May 26th 2014
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Nick Thorneycroft is a British headhunter working in Luxembourg. His company asks him to recruit a high-flying executive for the company's Russian business. The best candidate turns out to be smart, beautiful ... and mysterious. Soon the effects of Russia's political upheaval, and the arrival of an ex-girlfriend who won't leave him alone, make Nick's Luxembourg life increasingly perilous; worlds collide in this gripping, atmospheric tale.
'A very readable Euro thriller with a strong sense of setting. This is well worth a read, and has shades of Elmore Leonard and other hard-boiled American detective writers. But it's also up to date, with an insight into modern Euro-crime which is all too accurate.' Katharine Quarmby, award-winning writer, TV producer and journalist.
Read information about the authorDaniel Pembrey grew up in Nottinghamshire, England — beside Sherwood Forest. He studied history at Edinburgh University and spent over a decade working in America and more recently Luxembourg, coming to rest in Amsterdam and London — dividing his time now between these two great maritime cities. He is the author of the Henk van der Pol detective series and several short thriller stories, and he contributes articles to publications including The Financial Times and The (London) Times. In order to write The Harbour Master, he spent several months living in the docklands area of East Amsterdam, counting De Druif bar as his local.
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