Shadow of the Burj by J Jackson Bentley

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When award-winning journalist Max Richmond lands at Dubai airport, hoping for a relaxing holiday, he finds himself ‘volunteering’ for a special assignment alongside an Australian Federal Agent and an ex-NYPD detective. Their small task force is assigned to work for Sheikh Mahmoud, who is distressed to discover that men whose true loyalty is to the radical preacher, British-born Mullah Khaweini, have infiltrated his own security forces. Whilst the trio try to unravel two complex frauds that are funding Middle Eastern terrorism, they uncover a plot that nobody anticipated - a monstrous plan to bring Dubai to its knees. The three agents have very little time to stop Khaweini, but all they know is that somehow the infamous bomb-maker, The Shadow, and the radical Mullah are in this together.

This fast paced thriller from the writer of the City of London thrillers is based in Dubai and reeks of the authenticity that J Jackson Bentley brings to all of his books. The story is told in just over 105,000 words and approximately 270 paperback pages.

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Published December 1, 2012 by Fidus Publishing. 323 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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