A Desperate Paradise: An Adam Park Thriller by A. D. Davies

A Desperate Paradise: An Adam Park Thriller

byA. D. Davies

Kobo ebook | March 13, 2016

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A dead aid worker. An island rife with secrets. A detective driven to solve it all.

With a damaging, violent case behind him, Adam Park is happy tending to his late mother’s canal barge, catching up on his reading, and hoping his increased training is never required. Unfortunately, he owes favors, and when an aid worker is murdered on the Greek island of Paramatra, one such favor is called in.

Kai Pace’s parents believe the investigation into their son’s death is deeply flawed, and Adam is tasked with reviewing the police’s conclusions and - if found wanting - identifying the real killer.

On an island struggling to cope with the influx of refugees from warzones across the Mediterranean, Adam must battle corruption and ruthless smuggling gangs, all amid people so desperate they will do anything to reach the paradise of the west.

If he cannot stay the course, and dig out the truth, a murderer will go free, and Adam will fall prey to the same evil.

An international investigation that thrusts a private detective from the heart of Greece into northern Africa, where fear and violence will take their toll upon him, and challenge the very nature of his soul.

For a fast-paced mystery thriller with plenty of action, download A Desperate Paradise today.

 

A Desperate Paradise is a sequel to the first Adam Park thriller, The Dead and the Missing. While Adam’s personal journey continues throughout the series, each novel is its own self-contained story, so Adam Park thrillers can be read in any order.

Title:A Desperate Paradise: An Adam Park ThrillerFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 13, 2016Publisher:A. D. DaviesLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990051511659

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