When a man stumbles from a forest in France to report a triple homicide a mystery begins.
The man in question, Sam Forrest, purports to be merely a self employed courier on a cycling holiday but background checks with British police reveal him to have historical links with the criminal underworld.
The detective leading the investigation, Monsieur Deschamps, is experienced enough not to jump to obvious conclusions yet he senses Forrest has not revealed all. As the evidence mounts against the suspect the French detective comes under pressure to make a quick arrest, but his natural instinct to uncover truth persuades him to continue his enquiries. It is a decision laden with consequence, a decision which produces startling results.
Deschamps thought he’d seen everything in life. But then he’d never met anyone quite like Sam Forrest.
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About the Author
I always wanted to write books, since I first read The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - tells you a lot about my age group - but never quite got round to it until later in life. I could blame parental pressure to get a job, a wife to do what needed to be done around the house, or the chidren for being so demanding. The truth is - a lack of confidence that I could write something people would want to read. Hey presto! My first book, The Milieu Principle, currently sits top of the pile on Kindle for downloaded political thrillers while my second, Milieu Dawn, sits third. Now there's something I didn't expect. The third of the trilogy, NSSM 2000, should be on kindle soon. I can only hope I haven't lost my touch already.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Good read with many twists and unexpected ending. Hope there is a second book that will explain some things and curious to see how and where tehe characters end up.
270 pages, cliff hanger. Started out okay. British man vacations in France. As the book goes forward it becomes more and more convoluted. It is as if the author is writing every idea he comes up with, pertinent to the story or not. In the last few chapters, the book falls completely apart as the author veers off into the paranormal. Not worth reading. Wish I had skipped this one. Adults. AD