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Rage

Rage

In a war of lies, the truth can kill.

Jonah Said is a loner and a troublemaker, shipped off by the British army to work with the UN in the buffer zone between Kuwait and Iraq, because they want him out of harm’s way.

Big mistake.

From the minute he lands, Jonah becomes drawn into a deadly spiral of corruption and conspiracy involving Russians, Americans, Arabs and Brits – and none of them tells the truth.

And the truth is more dangerous than even Jonah can imagine.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 1st September 2011

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781444719543

Reviews

Excellent story set in the Zone...in a word: Great
<i>The Herald Sun</i>
Atmosphere, intrigue and one of the most impressive new political thrillers I've read in many a month
<i>Shots Magazine</i>
Conway writes with brutal immediacy, his mordant irony resonating uncomfortably even as it entertains...Grim, kinetic thriller set against an unconventional and inspired backdrop
<i>Kirkus Reviews</i>
A dizzying journey starring international terrorists, Uday Hussein, freelance salvage merchants and a container full of suffocated Kuwaiti businessman. Simon Conway's writing is authoritative and authentic. RAGE is a thriller that manages to balance adrenalin with intelligence.
<i>Scotland on Sunday</i>
A powerhouse of a book, a thriller that sends off literary sparks in all directions.
<i>Evening News</i> on DAMAGED
Good background, with an on-the-nail summary of Northern Ireland wheeling and dealing...and a wild Celtic streak that marks Conway as one to watch.
<i>The Guardian</i> on DAMAGED
Imagine John le Carre on bad acid - edgy, twisted and very, very dark.
<i>Howard Marks</i> on DAMAGED
A debut novel to rival The Beach.
<i>Publishing News</i> on DAMAGED
Cruel, violent and lyrical, it's Iain Banks meeting Alan Warner in Tom Clancy's missile silo. Excellent.
<i>Select</i> on DAMAGED
Debut of a roaring and prodigal talent ... Not so much a novel as a life experience. Don't miss it.
<i>Literary Review</i> on DAMAGED