Kongomato (1of 3, #1) [NOOK Book]

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After three right-wing thugs break into a museum with the intention of stealing a diamond, they release a ten million year old flying monster which escapes to wreak havoc over London. As if this is not bad enough, the Prime Minister cannot even tell the general public what is happening. With just days before "friendly powers" take matters into their own hands, only one man can save the country from destruction. His only assistance comes from a forcibly enlisted former girlfriend...

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Kongomato (1of 3, #1)

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Overview

After three right-wing thugs break into a museum with the intention of stealing a diamond, they release a ten million year old flying monster which escapes to wreak havoc over London. As if this is not bad enough, the Prime Minister cannot even tell the general public what is happening. With just days before "friendly powers" take matters into their own hands, only one man can save the country from destruction. His only assistance comes from a forcibly enlisted former girlfriend whom he hates and cannot trust.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148453789
  • Publisher: Roger Lawrence
  • Publication date: 6/30/2012
  • Series: 1of 3, #1
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 807 KB

Meet the Author

Roger now has six published novels, comprising three series which are far from finished and a collection of short stories, all with a strange little twist at the end. Next on the list will be entitled The Book of Pain, which as the title suggests, is not light hearted, but a curious mix of thriller with a large dash of horror for good measure.

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  • Posted April 6, 2013

    Wow! what an ending! Does Roger Lawrence know how to keep you on

    Wow! what an ending! Does Roger Lawrence know how to keep you on the edge of your seat or what? and then drops you on your head at the end...lol...wow I was blown away by the ending of this book, I totally never saw it coming!

    Roger Lawrence creates a completely terror filled and edge of your seat suspenseful story that keeps you guessing around every corner. I mean Literally guessing, for he leaves little clues but doesn't come right out and just say what it is and by the time he does tell you, you are biting your finger nails to know...lol

    Kongomato is the story of a strange and huge Rock found in Africa, some idiots try to steal it and in the process break the rock open and what comes out leaves London with a body count and the government in crisis mode.

    Doctor John Hendry is a Crypt-Zoologist and studies creatures that have long since died and may be London's only chance of survival from the strange things hunting them in the night. With the help of some very unscrupulous characters Hendry is going to figure out what to do because his best friend is out their some where and he is going to help him, or die trying.

    Roger is an amazing story teller and I was sucked right in! I don't usually read these kind of books but I had a wonderful time and loved the edge of the seat suspense.

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