The Andorra Conspiracy

The Andorra Conspiracy

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"Amanda Peterfield had a lasting effect on men. Most men, anyway..." What has happened to his sister Amanda? Magnus Peterfield has to find out--even if it means placing himself in harm's way--not his favorite pastime, in spite of his years of service to the British government.In this fast-paced novel of international intrigue, Magnus's search for his elusive, possibly dangerous sister carries him on a wild ride across Europe. But this isn't the charming Old World--it is a landscape littered with bodies and populated by a host of menacing characters with mysterious motives. In the course of his attempt to unravel the twisted strands of Amanda's life, Magnus and his cohorts, including beautiful fellow operative Jane Britton, encounter Basque thugs and separatists, double-dealing cops, intercontinental arms dealers, and women as dangerous as they are beautiful.Every player in this game seems to have a dark side. Is Magnus selling ammunition? Is Amanda producing a deadly poison? Could even the beautiful and elegant Jane have a secret that will change everything? "The Andorra Conspiracy" will keep you turning the pages late into the night, right to the thrilling end, where all of the questions are answered in one of the most satisfying climaxes in contemporary fiction.
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  • Paperback | 244 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 14mm | 313g
  • United States
  • English
  • 0533164737
  • 9780533164738
  • 2,214,866

About Andrew March

Andrew March is a Leicester-born Englishman who has been living in Snowdonia, North Wales, since 1980, where he and his wife Lesley raised two children. After engaging in a variety of careers--and continuing his education in the fields of information technology and theology--March began to write poetry and prose, drawing on his varied experiences as well as his fertile imagination. He also enjoys ornithology, landscape photography, and studying the vast historical heritage of the British Isles. He has a particular fondness for steam railways, both real and in model form (British N gauge), and recently began developing his wood-turning skills. This is his first novel.
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