Bloody Scotland: Around the world in 80 deaths: Joe Thomas, DB John and Henry Porter
Take a bloody spin around the globe in the company of three far-travelled crime writers, Joe Thomas, DB John and Henry Porter!
About Bloody Scotland: Around the world in 80 deaths: Joe Thomas, DB John and Henry Porter
Take a bloody spin around the globe in the company of three far-travelled crime writers.
Joe Thomas lived and taught in Sao Paulo for ten years. He has written two novels, Paradise City and Gringa, set in Brazil’s most populous city, taking readers to its dense, dysfunctional heart. DB John is the author of the electrifying Star of the North, a tense thriller centred on looming conflict between the USA and North Korea. Equally timely is Firefly, Henry Porter’s explosive story of espionage, terrorist cells and refugee camps which takes us through Greece and Macedonia.
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