My Review: I really enjoyed this book, Matthew has written an interesting and dangerous story. It’s not my usual genre and apologies for my blog being late in the day. I love that it’s dedicated to a lady called Margaret. My grandma was called that. We start off in 2005 and continue in 2019. Danny bumps into an old friend from Boarding School. Katie! She invites him to an event at her dads country house not far from Guildford. It’s there where he is offered a new job with fabulous pay. Only there are so many catches and the question who can you trust is raised. It was definitely a page turner for me. Much success to you Matthew.
Dancing with the Devil
A wealthy oligarch, a failing business and a man who sacrificed everything for one final shot at freedom.
When Danny accepts a job from wealthy Conrad Szekely to spy on his business partner, Jerry, he finds himself with a world of trouble. Within days of Danny’s arrival, the business is destroyed in a catastrophic fire, which also claims Jerry’s life.
Torn between conflicting interests, Danny starts to suspect that Jerry’s business had been anything but straightforward, and finds himself trapped in a spiral of treachery and lies, which rapidly begins to degenerate into a cat and mouse chase across the fens.
With former allies turning violently against him, Danny tries to solve the mystery that surrounds Jerry’s death. But can Danny find the answers when those answers themselves prove lethal?
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Author Bio –Aged 60 (will be 61 at time of blog tour). Married with 3 children (and grandchild). Consultant paediatric and neonatal surgeon at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool. Have always been an avid reader. Hobbies = outdoor swimming (former long-distance swimmer), hillwalking, painting (did cover illustration myself). Used to play rugby, but sadly no longer. Still enjoy faded prog rock bands from the nineteen-seventies.