A comic spy thriller.
In this remarkable debut comic thriller, Richard Cheesmar introduces a scenario of rampant corruption, terrorism, spy-masters out of control and a plot that comically paints a canvas with brightly coloured espionage, computer hacking and nefarious dealings. From London to Istanbul, Ankara, the Black Sea and a surprising final destination, it's a classic page turner.
It's an adventure.
Ever felt like life just isn't playing ball? Ever been in a situation where things go from bad to worse overnight? Well you're in good company with Chez, the star of this classic fictional adventure, who finds himself embroiled in a quagmire of dire circumstances. Fanatical Turkish ultra-nationalists claiming to be the remaining descendants of the Amazon Women Warriors, corrupt Russian scientists, Turkish Military Intelligence, the beautiful daughter of a Turkish General, and a crazy gung-ho CIA agent, set the scene that pulls Chez deep into a chain of events resembling one of his fictional hero's (Danny Rome) mad-cap adventures. As Chez has the Turks all in a spin, the Turks are about to send Europe a message. It's action all the way and one big crazy ride on the Mad-Bad Spinning Top.
It's a comedy.
Comedy books don't often come in the form of a spy and espionage thriller so this particular spy novel is breaking from normal convention. But if the cap fits, wear it. We all know what it's like when things go wrong, but just imagine it happening when you are engaged in a little bit of espionage and skulduggery, you either have to laugh or cry. It's descriptive, fast moving and fun even if things don't always go according to plan.