Broken Arrow (A Danny Sanchez Thriller Book 3)
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: Broken Arrow (A Danny Sanchez Thriller Book 3)
The discovery of a disinterred corpse at one of Andalusia’s Spaghetti Western theme parks catapults investigative reporter Danny Sanchez into a story with potentially earth-shattering consequences… Initially set on the trail of a brutal killer who burns his first victim alive, Danny soon begins to realise that much more lies behind the killer’s actions than the work of a madman.He soon starts to question whether the man he is chasing is, after all, the true villain. As Danny pokes and prods in his quest to get the documents and interviews he needs to prove his story, he unsettles a number of powerful people who would much rather see him dead than let the public know the devastating truth of what’s happening in the urbanisation of Bellavista. This places not only his own life at risk, but that of his photographer friend and colleague, Paco Pino, and even his girlfriend, Marsha. Yet even this fails to deter him from his quest to reveal the truth about a corporate cover-up that endangers the lives of thousands…Based on a real-life accident in which the American Air Force dropped three H-bombs onto southern Spain in 1966, contaminating substantial swathes of arable land with highly dangerous plutonium dust, Broken Arrowkeeps its readers guessing until the end as Danny races to uncover the story that others are willing to kill to keep hidden…Praise for Broken Arrow‘Fast paced and compelling. VERDICT: 5/5’ — JC, Daily Express‘A very enjoyable tale of murder and mayhem and piercingly accurate in its portrayal of Brits abroad, in this case, Spain.’ —Peter Thornton, The Sun‘Pritchard paces the narrative nicely, and convivial tapas bars, mass unemployment, corrupt bureaucrats, forgotten migrants and petty thugs form an entertaining, vivid backdrop to the lurid crimes and determined clue-gathering.’ —James Smart, Guardian‘If you’re looking for a great plot, engaging characters, fast pace and a completely different read to the norm, then make sure you get it on your Christmas list — you won’t be disappointed.’ —Steph Roundsmith, Meanstreets Matthew Pritchard was born and raised in Hampshire, England. He worked as a journalist in Spain for ten years, writing mainly for the ex-pat press and UK nationals. Together with his father and uncle, he has amassed a sizeable collection of WW2 memoirs and memorabilia contemporary to the period. Writing crime fiction allows him to explore society and human interaction that interest him in a recognisable world.
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