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About the author:
G. Hugh Bodell, a consultant on technology, process and security solutions to various multi-national enterprises, including the United Nations, is the author of Treachery in Turtle Bay, the first novel in the Anna and Hugh Masterson Mystery Series.

Treachery In Turtle Bay II ~ Oil ~ Dollars ~ Diplomacy and The Sinister Three is the second novel in the series.

Mr. Bodell and his wife live in the USA.

Treachery In Turtle Bay II
 

Oil, Dollars, Diplomacy & The Sinister Three

Authored by G. Hugh Bodell

A billion dollars a month is being diverted from the Iraqi oil revenues, over $10 Billion has disappeared. The mega-scam deeply involves the United Nations, the United States President and his National Security Advisor. In the shadowed background, manipulating the participants in the rip-off, are three ruthless career crooks, super rich, vicious, ruthless and politically powerful.

Anna and Hugh Masterson, the techno-sleuthing couple that 'star' in the Treachery In Turtle Bay Collection, were launched into the roles of a Robin Hood like couple in book one of the series.

Hugh's black and white view of right and wrong coupled with Anna's technology expertise draw the couple further into the depths of international corruption and intrigue in this, book two of the series.

The sleuthing couple have evolved from their first accidental venture of 'recovery and retribution' into a far more cynical duo who are perfecting not only the recovering of stolen loot but equally as intriguing the netting out of unique justice.

The Mastersons find their resolve sorely tested as they pursue the billions and find themselves personally the target of vindictive and brutal violence but when attacked, the Mastersons show that they are personally capable of using deadly force to protect them and their team.

The sleuthing is complex, the plot, as with all the author's books, a mixture of fact with the workings of imagination and the violence and murders creative and full of imagery.

The book is a thinking reader's mystery delight by a former consultant to the United Nations on technology and related security issues, an attribute which evokes in the reader the question as to where fiction and fact are separated.


Publication Date:
2010-01-19
ISBN/EAN13:
1449963919 / 9781449963910
Page Count:
336
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General




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