Bhatar Transfer: A John Shaddows Detective Mystery
Like spun silk, this mystery novel fl ows with an abundance of murder, beautiful women, sex, nasty violence and jaunts from New York City to Nassau, Jamaica and United Arab Emirates. John Shadows the investigative detective has to deliver 2.2 Million in cash to the Bhatar Emir’s oldest sons.
The Crown Prince Malumud lives in a fantastic dream house in Jamaica while the younger brother, Oxford educated Prince Gehalab lives on the Bahamian Island of Nassau. Shadow’s is involved in this delivery assignment through his banker friend in New York, Bradley Harrington Jr.
Enroute, Shadows encounters beautiful; twice divorced Sara Cunningham who is also traveling to Nassau, of course Sara becomes partner to the evil adventures that befall Shadows. So does Harrington, who turns up unexpectedly in the tropics.
Motives for murder and theft include corporate acquisitions, million dollar international banking transfers, illicit trading on the foreign exchange and economic shenanigans.
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