How the Dice Fell

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, Mar 1, 2012 - England, Northern - 336 pages
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John Roberts explores the psychology of a suicide bomber and one of his victims in 'How the Dice Fell', a topical thriller focused around the 7/7 bombings. Set in London and the north of England, it is a powerful story about terrorism, love and revenge set within the tensions of a multi-racial Britain.
 

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Contents

Part
3
Part
13
Epilogue Contents Three Journeys Departures and arrivals 3 1 Two Tunnels
29
Explosion
31
News
45
Hospital
61
Playing
69
Wakening
81
Evidence
172
Dogtrack
183
Telescope
195
Target
207
Learning
214
Kidnap
222
Kiss
235
Terrorist
242

Barry
91
More news
99
Exercise
104
Separate
116
One Valley
141
Demonstration
143
First steps
156
Arrest
166
Single
250
Jigsaw
257
Piano
271
Argument
275
Decisions
283
Arrivals and departures 29 31 45 61 69 81 91 99 104 116 123 130 141 143 156 166 172 183 195 207 214 222 235 242 250 257 271 275 283
299
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John Roberts studied at London University and went on to work in schools across England and Scotland. At the age of 40 he took a gap year and travelled through India, Nepal, Kashmir and Ladakh, ending up in Alice Springs. Since then he has concentrated his travel in northern lands: Greenland, Iceland, Svalbard, the Faroes and Karelia. He has written prize-winning short stories and this is his first novel. He lives in the Yorkshire Pennines.

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