A Callous Murder.
A Calculated Theft.
A Drive for Vengeance.
And Time is Running Out...
Alexander Webb is convinced her death is no accident, yet no one in authority believes him. A Japanese assignment, to realise the design of a revolutionary sports coupe, should have been fun. To begin with it was, then one phone call changed everything.
Her diary and a crucial photograph are all that he has to track down the truth and exact his revenge.
A blisteringly fast adventure that delves the global art crime underworld, hurtling through the streets of Tokyo, Bangkok and Hong Kong, to the deadly slopes of Mount Fuji where the hunters become the hunted.
Searing with suspense, sex appeal and stunningly vivid action, FATAL FLAW is the thriller of the year!
A masterful must-read for fans of Scott Mariani and Andy McDermott.
About the Author
Born In Coventry, in the centre of England, Laurence Bradbury studied Electrical and Electronic engineering in the North East before deciding that a career in product and automotive design would be more varied and rewarding. Design projects enabled him to travel the globe with notable assignments in Japan, Korea, Holland, Sweden, Switzerland and the US. Now a full time author, Laurence’s initial footsteps into the world of thriller fiction were as a ghost writer, a period that spanned ten years. He finally bit the anonymity bullet in 2011 with the release of “Fatal Flaw”. The first novel to feature his own name. Laurence lives and writes in the stunning countryside of South Wales. When he isn’t hard at work on his next book he has a supporting career as a travel photographer. He says ‘If you write about a place, you need to get it right. Also, it’s amazing how well plot ideas coalesce when you’re walking the streets of a foreign city.’ A keen musician he enjoys playing his Gibson 57 Black Beauty guitar, has a passion for films, likes to hone his skills at archery and tries to find time for an enthusiastic drive in his TVR Cerbera around the country lanes; Inside the speed limit of course. For more about Laurence and his upcoming work please visit: www.laurencebradbury.com