Adelaide, South Australia (PRWEB) January 18, 2012
For the past ten years, international espionage has accounted for several of the biggest news stories. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the 9/11 attacks and the never-ending parade of extremists vowing to blow up as many Western innocents as possible, have given best-selling thriller writers like Tom Clancy the inspiration to craft a plausible plot by going beyond what has actually taken place in the real world.
Author Peter Russell is no exception. His book COVERS; born out of his thirst for the espionage genre, is a gripping political spy fiction dealing with the forces of loyalty and treachery, good and evil and survival and demise.
This novel introduces a group of men, assembled by the US State Department., to take part in the secret repatriation of millions of dollars stolen by a West African Head of State, from an Italian merchant bank. Before, during and after the plan is activated, a history of deception is uncovered and an undercurrent of despair and greed emerges amongst the participants with devastating effect. This leads to a battle that results in a twisted web of international intrigue and a desperate hunt for a criminal mastermind across Europe, the US, and Central America.
Set in the late 1990s, COVERS is a fast-paced revealing action/drama that will have the reader glued to the very last page..
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About the Author
Peter Russell was born in the UK but has lived most of his life in Australia where he has worked in finance, investment and the law. He has extensively travelled the world which has enabled him to bring many of his experiences to the book. He is currently writing a sequel to COVERS which will be completed in 2012. Whilst writing takes much of his attention and time, he is an avid player of crosswords and sudoku.
COVERS * by Peter Russell
Publication Date: Sept. 7, 2011
Trade Paperback; AU$9.99; 373 pages; 978-1-4653-0089-8
Trade Hardback; AU$29.99; 373 pages; 978-1-4653-0466-7
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