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This skilfully-written technothriller blends mystery and suspense in multiple plotlines. Vivid characters abound in sharply researched Mediterranean settings with technology, cyberwarfare and nautical content, all in the context of international politics, the upsurge of Islamist terrorism and Chinese expansionism. There are plenty of soft terrorist targets - and there is p ...more
Paperback, 330 pages
Published April 11th 2016 by Ezeebooks UK
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Lee Holz
May 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: thrillers
The Sicilian Channel is a sequel to James Marinero’s debut novel Gate of Tears and at the same time the first novel of his Maghreb Trilogy. It was too long a wait for fans like me who loved Gate of Tears. I’m pleased that the second in the trilogy, The Sword of Allah, is promised for the fall of 2016. I trust that the third will not be long in coming.
Again, the comprehensive research behind the novel is awesome and the plot is complex in the extreme but fits together with the precision of a fin
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James Marinero grew up in West Wales and has at various times been a chef, a milkman, maths lecturer and IT consultant - but NEVER a nerd!

He has been passionately involved with boats and the sea for over fifty years and is now achieving a lifelong ambition to write novels, spending much of his writing time on his boat which he has sailed extensively in the Atlantic and as far as Brazil.

During his
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