Illicit Affair: The Asian Connection

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Fiction - 191 pages
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Intriguing Asian thriller with close interaction between principle characters, Jason and Phoebe. Being caught up in a cunning extradition of deceipt and kidnap amongst Triad and ex-Triad members.


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Intriguing Novel that I liked, it had a pathway to an evolving story set in Asia and the combination of the fusion of cultures and the stimulating events of the pursuer and the pursued in ever developing intrigues.
The main character Jason is strong along with the female character Phoebe and the developing bond between them allows the novel to develop even further and drag you into the world around them.
It brings out the deceit and the way that these unsavoury types might conceal and venture the meticulous means of extracting as much as they can for the most damage they can inflict without the characters being discarded for use of purpose. The strong presents of Jason and interaction of all other characters brings this novel to life and is an enjoyable read.

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Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
Chapter X

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The author is new to the market with this, his first novel, and he has a potential to unleash a complex, but evolving manuscript of perpetual motion.

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