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Harry Cohen, London desk for Mossad, must retrieve a priceless icon – crucial to the success of a secret Middle Eastern peace deal brokered by America and the Russians – that’s been stolen by a ruthless mercenary. Harry knows who can steal it back. A convict, whose daughter, Natalie, he has mentored. Raithe Ravelle, a professional thief released on appeal and with a score to settle, reluctantly agrees to help Natalie’s benefactor. Both men embark on a daring robbery but are soon thrown into a race against time as Natalie is kidnapped. They must find a way to stop a Middle East crisis and rescue Natalie. In a breathtaking roller coaster ride through London, Zurich, Amsterdam, and finally to deserted wartime forts in the River Thames, they are involved in a life-and-death struggle to reach the frightened teenager-and the treasure in THE TROJAN TOWERS.
Ray Stone is an accomplished author with two published works to his name. Born just outside London in 1946, he grew up in post war Britain during a period of depression and ration books, bombed out housing and BBC radio. At school he won a writing competition at the age of eleven and later in his teens went on to widen his interest in the arts by having no fewer than four self-developed monochrome photos hung in the ESSEX Worldwide Salon of Photography competition in his home town of Southend on Sea.
At the age of eighteen he began writing poetry and lyrics... more