When a small boy is kidnapped in Sardinia, his parents know it is dangerous to go to the police. They seek private, professional help from Yosef Abuhatseira, an Israeli hawk, a killer and a hunter. His quest for the child is to take him into the realms of horror, unknown in even his violent past.
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It all started in Sardinia with the kidnapping of a small boy. When his parents receive a package containing a tiny fingernail, torn out at the root, they know that their nightmare is just beginning. The boy’s father calls upon his estranged brother in law, Yosef Abuhatseira, for help: a Special Forces veteran; a born hunter; a one man army of survival skills; nothing he has ever experienced can prepare him for what the rescue mission reveals.
A frighteningly compelling journey into the enigmatic and twisted realms of neo – Fascism, and the battle that must be waged against hatred and intolerance before it once again engulfs the world in another Holocaust.
“ He can weave a web of suspense, laced with historical and mythological references that bait the imagination, satisfactorily embroidered with bullet holes and bloodshed.”
“Blends tomorrow the world villains with heroic protagonists. Notable for above average complexities, exotic locales, and a wealth of slam bang action.”
“In a first rate thriller, Easterman dramatises the awful power of hate and prejudice, providing readers with non-stop action and real food for thought. Riveting and chilling.”
Daniel Easterman was born in Ireland in 1949, was a lecturer at Newcastle University, and is fluent in several languages. Dubbed by ‘The Purloined Letter’ as ‘easily the best thriller writer working today’, he is the author of nine critically acclaimed novels. He also writes full-length ghost stories under the name of Jonathan Aycliffe. He lives in the North of England with his wife.
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