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.
Books by Ray Stone
Enda Osin is a sharp cookie when it comes to political intrigue. His daily column in the Herald is controversial and popular. Upsetting the incumbents of the White House and Downing Street over an embarrassing article, his editor has been forced to side-line him. He has been assigned to write a series of articles for the Herald’s Sunday supplement about Paul Hrisacopolis, a shipping billionaire with a thirst for power in the European Union and a believer in Enosis for Cyprus.