Deadly Secrets: The Posthumus Trilogy Book 3 - Posthumus Mystery (Paperback)
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Deadly Secrets: The Posthumus Trilogy Book 3 - Posthumus Mystery (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 30/06/2016
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Pieter Posthumus wouldn't live anywhere but Amsterdam...even though the big Earth 2050 conference, with its crowds of delegates and protestors, has left him feeling somewhat under siege. At least his work at the Lonely Funerals team is quiet.

Then one of the delegates is left for dead under a bypass. Ever curious, Posthumus agrees to look into the case, which sparks memories of his own time as a student radical. Amsterdam has always attracted people with fierce views...but is someone willing to kill for their principles? Or did the attack have a much more personal motive?

Forced to contend with family secrets, political machinations and international conspiracies, Posthumus finds himself in ever deeper, darker waters as he tries to uncover what really happened, and why.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 9781444787337
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 376 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 22 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
A page-turner full of suspense and surprising twists and turns...Phenomena like home-grown terrorism make this novel just that much more exciting. Once I started reading I could not put it down. -- Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Praise for LONELY GRAVES * - *
The main character is a very appealing, convincing and enthralling creation with a truly bizarre occupation...As with Morse, the city where the action takes place becomes one of the main characters...a compelling story that leaves you wanting to hear more about Pieter's work and his life - and how the city copes with its marvellous mix of eccentrics and dangers. * We Love This Book *
The main character is a very appealing, convincing and enthralling creation with a truly bizarre occupation...As with Morse, the city where the action takes place becomes one of the main characters...a compelling story that leaves you wanting to hear more about Pieter's work and his life - and how the city copes with its marvellous mix of eccentrics and dangers. * We Love This Book *
Very engaging...Posthumus holds enormous literary appeal -- Readings Australia
One of the best thrillers you will read this season. It is a page-turner full of suspense and surprising twists and turns...Phenomena like home-grown terrorism make this novel just that much more exciting. Once I started reading I could not put it down. -- Ayaan Hirsi Ali
A delicious writing style makes Lonely Graves an outstanding debut * Algemeen Dagblad *
Very engaging...Posthumus holds enormous literary appeal. * Readings Australia *
No typical thriller...Posthumus is a find! * Vrij Nederland *
A delicious writing style makes Lonely Graves an outstanding debut. * Algemeen Dagblad *
An atmospheric and glorious Amsterdam crime story * JAN *
No typical thriller...Posthumus is a find! * Vrij Nederland *
An atmospheric and glorious Amsterdam crime story. * JAN *

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