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Butterfly on the storm

by Walter Lucius | 30 March 2017
Category: Crime Fiction
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'Ambitious, intricate, riveting' The Times ** The first instalment in the bestselling original Dutch thriller** Haunted by a past you can never escape . . . A young boy is found in woods outside Amsterdam. Broken and bloody, he appears to be the victim of a brutal hit-and-run. When the police at the hospital ask what happened, the one word the boy repeats they don't understand. But journalist Farah Hafez does. She left Afghanistan as a child and she recognises her native tongue. As the boy is taken into surgery she finds herself visiting the scene of the crime, seeking to discover how a little Afghan boy came to be so far from home. Instead, she comes across a burnt-out car with two charred bodies inside - a sinister clue to something much darker than a simple road accident. It is just the start of a journey that will lead her from one twist to another in an intricate web of crime and corruption that stretches from Amsterdam all the way to Moscow, Kabul and Johannesburg and deep into a past that Farah had sought to leave behind - a past that nearly killed her. 'Journalist Farah Hafez... is a character one can't help but fall for' Dutch Daily De Limburger Butterfly on the Storm is the first mystery to unravel in a tense, explosive and gripping new trilogy you won't want to put down. For lovers of Stieg Larsson's Millennium series, this fast-paced crime novel is this year's page-turner. Praise for Walter Lucius 'Disturbing, apocalyptic, gripping' Dutch Daily De Limburger 'Riveting until the very end' AD Weekend [Dutch Newspaper] 'The Dutch answer to the tsunami of Scandinavian thrillers' BB Boekblad
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'Ambitious, intricate, riveting' The Times ** The first instalment in the bestselling original Dutch thriller** Haunted by a past you can never escape . . . A young boy is found in woods outside Amsterdam. Broken and bloody, he appears to be the victim of a brutal hit-and-run. When the police at the hospital ask what happened, the one word the boy repeats they don't understand. But journalist Farah Hafez does. She left Afghanistan as a child and she recognises her native tongue. As the boy is taken into surgery she finds herself visiting the scene of the crime, seeking to discover how a little Afghan boy came to be so far from home. Instead, she comes across a burnt-out car with two charred bodies inside - a sinister clue to something much darker than a simple road accident. It is just the start of a journey that will lead her from one twist to another in an intricate web of crime and corruption that stretches from Amsterdam all the way to Moscow, Kabul and Johannesburg and deep into a past that Farah had sought to leave behind - a past that nearly killed her. 'Journalist Farah Hafez... is a character one can't help but fall for' Dutch Daily De Limburger Butterfly on the Storm is the first mystery to unravel in a tense, explosive and gripping new trilogy you won't want to put down. For lovers of Stieg Larsson's Millennium series, this fast-paced crime novel is this year's page-turner. Praise for Walter Lucius 'Disturbing, apocalyptic, gripping' Dutch Daily De Limburger 'Riveting until the very end' AD Weekend [Dutch Newspaper] 'The Dutch answer to the tsunami of Scandinavian thrillers' BB Boekblad
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ISBN - 9780718181352
Format -
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Published - 30/03/2017
Categories - All, Books, Fiction, Crime Fiction
No. of Pages - 519
Weight - 826
Edition - Hardback original
Series - - Not Available
Page Size - 25
Language - en-US
Readership Age - Not Available
Table of Contents - Not Available

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