Tusha by Roland Faber

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"Lucas Falk meets Tusha. Something he would regret eventually. As devils seem at the loose, a female corpse is detected having been trailed by a yacht. The private Eye Rick Macari comes on the scene.

A riddle about the appearance of large amounts of drugs in the country activates two Scotland Yard men to arrive in the town.

A colourful tycoon is as usual behind it all.

Lucas, who notices nothing from the goings on around him, finds himself gradually deteriorating by the modus vivendi of Tusha.

Rick Macari endures to lay bare the truth about it all.

About Roland Faber

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 At twenty he set out for the world. Beginning with trawler fishing cod at Greenland. Thereafter, jobs followed one another: Journalist, chef de cuisine, painting aquarelles on the spots for London tourists, played as musician, did private eyeing, sold things like magazines or motorbikes, carried bananas as shore hand, was a part time secretary, learned to fly planes and did crop spraying in Africa, flew Air Taxis, dropped parachutists and generally bushwhacked in Africa. Finally he practised as a psychotherapist, until he realised that few really wanted help. That's when Roland Faber came into existence proper and he began writing.
Published June 1, 2004 by Xlibris. 324 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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