Golden Boy by Leo Salter

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This is a story about crime and drugs, guns and sex, killing and being killed. It is about different places - London, Greece, Amsterdam, Africa, Afghanistan. It is about a deserted wife, about a bastard discovered, about assassins and assassinations. Above all it is a story about instant and insatiable lust, about a woman so lovely and compelling that men died desiring her. This is also a story about how falling in love caused a war. It is a story about how a beautiful and bewitching woman stole a fortune from her husband and ran away with his enemy. If you know your Homer (or if you have seen the film about Troy) then you will recognise the characters and you will also recognise that whether it is now or three thousand years ago human nature does not change - especially when it comes to love and money and especially when it comes to war. Golden Boy is Book One of "Pathways to Revenge"; Book Two is on the way.

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Published February 2, 2012 by Leo Salter. 136 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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