An international web of lies. The greatest power game yet. Can one man stop a reign of terror?
"READ IT IF YOU DARE. BUT YOU MAY NOT WANT TO GO OUT ONTO THE STREETS, OR UP IN A PLANE EVER AGAIN"
Who would have killed them? And why?
When Harry Jones starts searching for answers, he stumbles into the middle of a plot that stretches from Russia to the Islamic revolution in Egypt, from the shores of the Caspian Sea to an ancient church in rural Wiltshire.
Yet every lead he pursues finds its way back to the secret corners of Brussels and a British woman named Patricia Vaine.
She and Harry are doomed to fight their battle to the death. Their own lives, and the future of an entire continent, are at stake in what develops into the greatest political power game since the end of the Second World War.
And in this deadly game, the victors will claim total victory – unless Harry Jones can stop them…
'The opening is explosive – and things only get hairier… This book has more twists and turns than a slalom skier solving a Rubik's Cube. The action skims unstoppably, it's hard to put down… A scriptwriter should be busy at work turning A Sentimental Traitor into a movie.' Daily Express.
'A cracking opening… Absorbing and packed with insider detail.' Daily Mail.
'I never read novels. I just don't have the time. That said, I read A Sentimental Traitor in two sittings. Harry Jones is just great. Would it be possible to have lunch with him?' Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP.
'A Sentimental Traitor works! Most of us can imagine our lives ruined by some EU agency. When the pubic demands such novels, it's over for Bussels… Speaking of which, buy the book. You'll enjoy it.' Daniel Hannan MEP, Daily Telegraph.
'Be prepared to find yourself turning these pages into the small hours, rather than turning out lights and going to sleep. It keeps you in suspense until the final twist… I thoroughly enjoyed this one.' Bernard Jenkin M.P., The House magazine.
"Spine-chillngly accurate about the ambitions of the EU bureaucracy. Exciting, evocative and contemporaneous." Nirj Deva MEP, Vice President Development Committee, European Parliament.