The Tsunami File: A Frank Delaney Thriller 3
Not every victim is found to be innocent …
Frank Delaney, investigative journalist and sometime spy, is on assignment in Phuket, Thailand, in the aftermath of the tsunami that killed thousands of people, foreigners and locals alike. Disaster victim identification teams from police forces across the globe have descended on this idyllic holiday location to carry out their gruesome work.
Delaney discovers that, against all logic, someone is trying to prevent identification of one of the bodies lying in makeshift beachside morgues. His search for the reason follows a trail through Thailand’s seedy child sex trade to an elaborate cover-up in Germany and France, where those with everything to lose use increasingly desperate measures to stop him dead.
The Tsunami File was shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel, 2008.
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Michael E. Rose
Michael Rose is the former Chief of Communications and Publications for Interpol in Lyon, France. He puts that experience, and his 25 years as a journalist and foreign correspondent before that, to good use in his acclaimed thriller writing. He has written three novels so far in his Frank Delaney spy series, and another is on the way. His work and personal travel have taken him to 75 countries. That itinerary included a series of trouble spots, including Nicaragua, Guatemala, …