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Hawk at the Crossroads (Inspector George Zammit #3) by A.J. Aberford


Many thanks to the author and Hobeck Books for an eARC copy for review.


Oh boy, the series gets better and better, again a read with multiple plots but you are not overwhelmed by it because, in the end, they all come together beautifully. In one of the major plots, our intrepid duo are tasked with the most dangerous mission yet which could potentially destabilise power in the middle east and start WWIII !!!. That should whet your appetite.


In my humble opinion, this latest adventure is the best yet, with nonstop action throughout. Love the character development throughout the series and sad to see a few killed off, major surprise there.


One of my favourite characters is Abdullah's wife Rania, she doesn't have a major role but she's a force to be reckoned with!!.


Can't wait for book 4 to come in March.


To finish off my favourite quote is "Scary shit, don't ya think? And guess what? We've lost one."

 
About the Author


AJ Aberford has enjoyed a varied career, having been both a corporate and banking lawyer, owning and running a private investment company and founding a leading Yorkshire craft brewery. Changing direction, he is now a debut author of the Inspector George Zammit crime and thriller series.


AJ Aberford still keeps his house in Yorkshire but lives primarily in Malta, which is the inspiration for the Inspector George Zammit series. Upon moving there, he soon became enthralled by the culture and history of the island that acts as a bridge between Europe and North Africa.


Malta’s position at the sharp end of the migrant crisis, as well as the rapid growth of its commercial and offshore-financial sectors, provide a rich backdrop for his writing. The culture, politics and geography of the southern Mediterranean continually throws-up surprises in this fascinating part of the world, nothing is ever what it seems, with the lines between right and wrong often blurred and twisted.


AJ Aberford is married and has two grown-up sons, as well as grandchildren. He is a keen cook, an adventurous traveller, a cyclist and is currently writing the fifth book in the Inspector George Zammit series.

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