the Disappearance of Jonathan Bloom by Martin Sowery

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Julian Bowen is young, good looking but not so wealthy as he seems. When he meets a moneylender who's making fat profits from his friends' excesses, Julian sees a chance to wipe out his mounting debts and make a new start; but his plan leaves a group of innocent tourists in deadly danger in the middle of Africa; and meanwhile there are some people in London who want more than their money back

For Jill Stevens, more at home in an accounts department than the savannah, a wildlife safari turns into a nightmare ordeal that she must find new strength within herself to survive.

Set in the parched heartlands of south east Africa, this unusual tale mixes an intriguing and violent crime mystery with a gripping struggle to stay alive.

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Published March 21, 2013 by martin sowery. 207 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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