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The Fish Kisser

An Inspector Bliss Mystery

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The Fish Kisser by James Hawkins
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In The Fish Kisser, a megalomaniac becomes determined to exact revenge on the Western world through a devious plot of global cyber-warfare. He enlists his own agents to track down and kidnap the experts and educated elite that can help him accomplish the unthinkable. With a series of staged deaths and disappearances, he sets his plan in motion. When the hired henchmen target Roger LeClarc, an English computer expert with a dark secret of his own, the hunters become the hunted. English detective David Bliss, who chased and was chased around the English countryside in Missing: Presumed Dead, teams up with Dutch detective Yolanda Pieters to solve this improbable affair. Fighting internal politics, stumbling upon government cover-ups, and even battling Saddam Hussein's Republican Guard, together they chase a trail of blood, intrigue, and romance across Europe to Iraq in a desperate search for the kidnapped specialists. Fans of the David Bliss character will not be disappointed as James Hawkins turns the action up several notches.

Author Biography

James Hawkins was a Senior Lecturer in criminal law at a British police college and, from 1992 to 1997, Director of Education at the Canadian Institute for Environmental Investigations. His published works include 1001 Fundraising Ideas and Strategies for Charities and Not-for-Profit Groups and The Canadian Private Investigator's Manual. James has hosted more than sixty radio and television programs, both in the U.K. and Canada. He is a resident of Newmarket, Ontario and is the owner of The Corner Coffee House and Corner Gallery.
Release date NZ
November 1st, 2001
Author
Country of Publication
Canada
Imprint
Dundurn Group Ltd
Pages
360
Dimensions
107x177x23
ISBN-13
9780888822406
Product ID
1835716

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