The Deadline Murders

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When a Chinese military plane explodes in a fireball before her lens, life for street photographer Henri Fox gets dangerous. Five murders, each victim found dead with a Sumxu cat, animals considered extinct for 300 years. Only Henri Fox knows why - and that knowledge could kill her. To survive she must pursue a madman across China with partner, Cass Farraday, but the hunters soon become the prey. Desperate and on the run in Shanghai, pursued by the Tong and the police, they must break into the Chinese Gold Exchange to prevent a megalomaniac billionaire's Armageddon assault on Britain's Air Traffic Control. Fail and half a million lives will be lost.

Thriller / Mystery
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Text Copyright Ron Morgans

All rights reserved. This novel is entirely a work of fiction. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or locations is entirely coincidental.

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