Games

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A thriller that pits Russia's most ruthless Mafia organisation against a US gambling mogul for domination of his global business empire, with the 2012 London Olympics as a primary battleground. Caught in the vortex is a love triangle between a politician aiming for the White House, his ambitious mistress and his estranged wife, a police office at New Scotland Yard More

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About Daniel Kennedy

Lifetime Professional writer, journalist on various newspapers in several parts of the world, concentrating on international politics and war. GAMES is my first ebook, but I have had one novel printed the conventional way and sold through British and German publishers (under another name) Under that name I also published a How to Ski book, and ghosted Internet books for an Internet company at the turn of the century. Obviously I love skiing (snow, downhill)but I also went to Art College in the UK (Lincoln) and love painting. I'm wrapt in big dogs (Irish Wolfhhouds, Great Danes) and when I have an outside moment I work in my huge garden (a section of an olive grove) currently doing hard landscaping,i.e building walls and laying terraces. My next book will be called JUDAS. Oh, I'm married and have a son currently rounding off a PhD in Edinburgh. My wife's name is Annie. She's the real person behind everything I write.

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Review by: Roel Wijmans on Aug. 15, 2012 :
Veel gewweld in het begin. Daniel Kennedy beschreef in zijn boek een aantal gebeurtenissen, die uitkwamen, bijna als een waarzegger.
Naarmate je verder leest wqord je gepakt door het verhaal en kan je het boek haast niet meer wegleggen.
Een aanrader
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Review by: Roel Wijmans on Aug. 15, 2012 :
I bought this book with the Olympic games in mind.. It was amazing to read that what Daniel Kennedy had written as fiction became true during the Games. In the beginning there was a lot of violence, almost too much, but then the book settled at a more readable pace and reading became very fascinating. A book well worth to buy
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