Butterfly on the storm / Walter Lucius ; translated from the Dutch by Lorraine T. Miller and Laura Vroomen.

By: Lucius, Walter [author.]
Contributor(s): Miller, Lorraine T [translator.] | Vroomen, Laura [translator.]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: Dutch Series: Lucius, Walter, Heartland trilogy: book 1.Description: 519 pages ; 24 cmISBN: 9780718181352 ; 9780718181383 Subject(s): Journalists -- Fiction | Conspiracies -- FictionGenre/Form: Thrillers (Fiction). | Political fiction. DDC classification: 839.3137 Summary: A hit-and-run on a woodland road near Amsterdam involving an Afghan boy is connected to a powerful international crime syndicate. Journalist Farah Hafez, together with her colleague Paul Chapelle, gets caught up in an investigation that takes them all the way to Moscow and has greater political and personal ramifications than they bargained for. After this perilous journey, their lives will never be the same again.
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A hit-and-run on a woodland road near Amsterdam involving an Afghan boy is connected to a powerful international crime syndicate. Journalist Farah Hafez, together with her colleague Paul Chapelle, gets caught up in an investigation that takes them all the way to Moscow and has greater political and personal ramifications than they bargained for. After this perilous journey, their lives will never be the same again.

Translated from the Dutch.

Comment by Margaret
26/10/2017

great book and so up to date cannot wait to read the next two books as butterfly on the storm is the first book of a triology and the ending of his first book leaves you wondering what has happened

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