Percy Chattey has just released his gripping thriller book, "The Black Venus" that follows an exciting plot to avenge the perpetrators of a fatal car bomb attack in a quiet leafy town of Southern England.
The thriller author, Percy Chattey has just released (Amazon.com, Oct' 2012) "The Black Venus", a murder and suspense novel that tells the exciting story of a revengeful man-hunt for the perpetrators of a malicious and fatal car bomb attack that rocked a quiet leafy town in Southern England. Meanwhile, the local Detective also hears of a possible repeat attack. So it's a race against time to stop the culprits.
"The Black Venus" is Percy Chattey's third thriller book. It is written in his usual descriptive, 'edge-of-your-
The story starts in the Balkans on a cold and rainy morning. Anna sets off for the market to buy the daily food for her and her husband Goren. She did not know that the devastating events of that day would lead to her family seeking revenge many years later.
The Black Venus is really two stories in one and starts with terrorists detonating a car bomb in the market place of a quiet town in England. At the time, unbeknown to the car bombers, they were seen carrying out their grisly work by a girl in her teens. The search was on to find the terrorists. Anna's relatives, after years of searching, find the men responsible for the hurt inflicted on their family and so plan their terrible revenge.
Meanwhile, local chief Inspector Dergon, is a frustrated man as he hunts for the men who destroyed the town square. He receives important information that they are again planning another atrocity. But where? Will he have time to stop it? Readers will find out in the very surprising end.
This novel follows on from Percy Chattey's well received thriller book "Politically Incorrect" (March 2012) and actually includes the same two 'baddy' characters from that book. All Chattey's books are available through Amazon.com UK and Kindle Store or can be seen at http://www.percychatteybooks.com
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