By Matthew Pritchard
The discovery of a disinterred corpse at one among Andalusia’s Spaghetti Western topic parks catapults investigative reporter
Danny Sanchez right into a tale with probably earth-shattering results…
Initially set at the path of a brutal killer who burns his first sufferer alive, Danny quickly starts to understand that rather more lies at the back of the killer’s activities than the paintings of a madman.
He quickly begins to query even if the guy he's chasing is, in any case, the real villain.
As Danny pokes and prods in his quest to get the records and interviews he must turn out his tale, he unsettles a few robust those who may a lot fairly see him lifeless than permit the general public comprehend the devastating fact of what’s taking place within the urbanisation of Bellavista.
This areas not just his personal lifestyles in danger, yet that of his photographer good friend and colleague, Paco Pino, or even his female friend, Marsha.
Yet even this fails to discourage him from his quest to bare the reality a few company cover-up that endangers the lives of thousands…
Based on a real-life coincidence within which the yankee Air strength dropped 3 H-bombs onto southern Spain in 1966, contaminating immense swathes of arable land with hugely risky plutonium airborne dirt and dust, Broken Arrowkeeps its readers guessing until eventually the tip as Danny races to discover the tale that others are keen to kill to maintain hidden…
Praise for Broken Arrow
‘Fast paced and compelling. VERDICT: 5/5’ — JC, Daily Express
‘A very relaxing story of homicide and mayhem and piercingly actual in its portrayal of Brits out of the country, to that end, Spain.’ —Peter Thornton, The Sun
‘Pritchard paces the narrative properly, and convivial tapas bars, mass unemployment, corrupt bureaucrats, forgotten migrants and petty thugs shape an pleasing, brilliant backdrop to the lurid crimes and decided clue-gathering.’ —James clever, Guardian
‘If you’re trying to find an outstanding plot, attractive characters, quick velocity and a totally varied learn to the norm, then ensure you get it in your Christmas record — you won’t be disappointed.’ —Steph Roundsmith, Meanstreets
Matthew Pritchard used to be born and raised in Hampshire, England. He labored as a journalist in Spain for ten years, writing mostly for the ex-pat press and united kingdom nationals. with his father and uncle, he has accumulated a gigantic number of WW2 memoirs and memorabilia modern to the interval. Writing crime fiction permits him to discover society and human interplay that curiosity him in a recognisable world.