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Travel Journal Puerto Banus By E Locken
Paperback: $19.96
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Travel Journal Puerto Banus - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Puerto Banus, Spain. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you... More > record and remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
The Marbella Project By Nigel James
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When former SAS soldier Dan Green’s son is brutally murdered by the Russian Mafia in Puerto Banus on the Costa del Sol and the Spanish police seem powerless to act, he decides to take the law... More > into his own hands. He recruits a former comrade and the two of them embark on a revenge mission as Dan vows to bring down the family which controls organised crime along the coast. The bullets fly and the body count rises in this high octane thriller as Dan and his colleague attack the family and its interests while the family uses all its resources to track them down. The action switches from Spain to Moscow to London and then back to Spain as both sides become increasingly desperate. Will Dan achieve his objective or will his luck run out as the two sides chase each other across Europe.....< Less
Tales from the Captain's Table By Tony Harris
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The first chapter has in itself, enough drama to make your book purchase worth while. Now in 2008, the story of the charter yacht 'Fair Exchange' is actively being researched, so that her visit to... More > Puerto Banus in Spain at a historic time in 1972, may be repeated. This hard-backed book is much more than just a tale of sailing against mountainous seas, but ten true stories on every aspect of sailing and the motor boat industry, in many parts of the world. Be assured the book has ten most unusual stories with plenty of excitement when, for example, the charter yachts in Gibraltar attract the law-breakers. Other chapters include unusual projects in China and Nigeria. The ending might leave you feeling there is more to tell. You could be right.< Less