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Greed

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​​Greed is a high-octane, violent and often erotic thriller based in Essex, London, Spain and Morocco and tells the story of an East London based gang about to get involved in its first major drug deal. There are a large number of identifiable characters in the book, ranging from the gang members, their families, British Customs officers and shadowy go-betweens to deeply complex Spanish aristocrats and German hit-men. It is the first time that a gang has been written about in this way and offers a fresh approach to the reader. This book is one of a trilogy which documents the way each character develops along the way. Human relationships and tragedies are viewed from different angles, as well as unpredictable behaviour. The descent into mayhem is rapid and relentless, with numerous inevitable casualties along the way and the reader is catapulted from one fast-paced scenario to the next, as the gang members and their families fall one by one into the vortex. Each of the... More > three books is a complete story.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781291527001
Edition
First Edition
Published
February 21, 2015
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
444.29 KB
Product ID
22054225

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