NOTTINGHAM, England (PRWEB) October 04, 2016
Author Hamish Clarke marks his debut into the literary world with the publication of “The Wrong Man” (published by AuthorHouse UK). This book leads readers to mystery, intrigue and mayhem that make for a great adventure.
The story follows an ordinary man who wakes up in Zairian police cell. He later learns that he is accused of anti-Mabuto activities without the memory of how he got there. It chronicles his escape, leading him to discover the reason for his imprisonment that can help him clear his name. His journey of discovery takes him through a morass of corruption, crime, violence and international intrigue.
An excerpt from the Clarion Book Review:
Hamish Clarke’s The Wrong Man is a story of international intrigue in which a vacationing British scientist becomes entangled in conflicts not his own. This is a spectacularly paced, thrill-a-minute African adventure.
A fast-paced, gripping read, “The Wrong Man” will take readers on a breathtaking journey of danger, suspense and intrigue. With its cast of well-drawn characters and riveting twists and turns, this book will captivate from beginning to end.
“The Wrong Man”
By Hamish Clarke
Softcover | 5x8in | 194 pages | ISBN 9781496998934
E-Book | 194 pages | ISBN 9781496998941
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Hamish Clarke is an insurance broker who has never left Nottingham but he has had the opportunity to meet a number of people who have been involved in unusual activities in sub-equatorial Africa and elsewhere. As a result of his contacts, he has written a manual on how to avoid violence in Africa. “The Wrong Man” is his first published novel.
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