A Foreign Policy by Richard Graham-Yooll

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Guy Sinclair is an insurance agent. But not just any agent. When the company director invites him to a restaurant to talk about his doubts concerning the firm’s world renowned business partners, the last thing he expects to be is the target of a suicide bomber. Miraculously surviving, he flies to Saudi Arabia to investigate a routine claim that turns out to be anything but routine. Accepting yet another invitation he should have turned down, Sinclair attends a party turned surreal. Witnessing a brutal murder, he finds himself the suspect. The penalty under Saudi law? Beheading. The only person who can possibly help him? The sister of the woman who blew herself, and his boss, to smithereens. Can it get worse? Yes. It can. When the trail he follows leads close to home. And Sinclair’s family becomes involved with him in a deadly . . . Foreign Policy.

About Richard Graham-Yooll

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\Richard Graham-Yooll started his own advertising business and has worked in Florida and Massachusetts before moving to Raleigh, North Carolina, where he now lives with his wife.
Published September 1, 2005 by Medallion Press. 443 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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In addition to all of these characters, with their own personal agendas, we have the Machiavellian insurance tycoon, Sir Kenneth Pryce-Cramer, who also happens to be a board member of Brigham Payne, and whose criminal organization manipulates various enterprises for their own self-profit.

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