To the world Maurice Tarn is merely the magnate behind a successful shipping company, little does anyone know that all the real money is made off the books in shady backroom deals. In a drunken stupor Tarn accidentally reveals the truth of his firm to his young secretary: the drug running, document forging and smuggling to name a few. Soon this begins a cataclysmic series of events that will suck in everyone in its vicinity.
Wallace has once again crafted a plot with a vibrant cast, stunning plot design and innumerable twists that will leave readers stunned.
For anyone that loved Mark Wahlberg’s ‘Contraband’ this novel is for you.
Edgar Wallace (1875-1932) was an English writer, poet and journalist. He was such a prolific writer that his publisher claimed his work could account for a quarter of all books sold in England. He wrote countless books, screenplays, poems and historical non-fiction, spawning over one hundred and sixty films based on his work. He unfortunately passed away suddenly before he could see his most famous creation ‘King Kong’ come to life. It has been adapted several times over the years, notably by Peter Jackson of Lord of the Rings fame, and more recently in ‘Godzilla vs Kong’ starring Millie Bobby Brown.