To Catch A Storm

To Catch A Storm Janet comes round in a strange hotel room her memory almost erased by a drug and alcohol fuelled binge from hell Unsure which hotel or even which city she s in and no idea how she came to be there Sh

  • Title: To Catch A Storm
  • Author: Warren Slingsby
  • ISBN: 9781849145947
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • Janet comes round in a strange hotel room, her memory almost erased by a drug and alcohol fuelled binge from hell Unsure which hotel or even which city she s in and no idea how she came to be there She is not alone there is a dead man laying next to her And there are some eye opening surprises awaiting her in the room Surprises which will lead her to abandon her lifeJanet comes round in a strange hotel room, her memory almost erased by a drug and alcohol fuelled binge from hell Unsure which hotel or even which city she s in and no idea how she came to be there She is not alone there is a dead man laying next to her And there are some eye opening surprises awaiting her in the room Surprises which will lead her to abandon her life as a successful banker and plunge her head first into the unspoken world of stolen art.She inadvertently stumbles into a dangerous game of cat and mouse crossing the paths of thieves, thugs and oligarchs that will take her from Glasgow to Edinburgh and onto Barcelona and the Cote d Azur During her journey, she will unlock the secret to the location of the most infamous and valuable stolen painting in the world But there s a high price to pay for such knowledge and riches as the super wealthy who inhabit this secret world are not prepared to give it over without a fight to the death.

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    1. I loved this indie debut. Total page turner. The story is a fast paced foray into the world of Russian oligarchs, art theft, yachts and super cars by Janet, an otherwise fairly ordinary banker who finds herself caught up in a crime whirlwind almost by chance at a time where her life has hit a plateau. Set in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Barcelona & Nice, hopefully this is merely the start of Janet and cos Bonnie and Clyde meets James Bond adventures.

    2. I liked the storyline, even though everything fell into place a little too easily and the main protagonist always gets saved/saves herself at the last second.The characters weren't that well developed, I never got to really understand the main character. I would have enjoyed reading a more in-depth personal development of some of the characters.Often, the author starts building up tension and then releases it in one short sentence. This is disappointing sometimes and feels kind of anti-climatic. [...]

    3. I won this book in a giveaway.I loved this story! It caught me from the very beginning, and kept me coming back. There was never a dull moment.

    4. This has been on my TBR for ages I have kept putting it off but it was a surprisingly enjoyable read. Not great literature but pacy, good characterisation and an underscore of humour

    5. After one night of uncharacteristic drinking and drug use, Janet wakes up in a hotel room next to a dead guy. The experience changes her life completely, drawing her into the world of stolen art, disgruntled thieves, unscrupulous businessmen and other people’s vendettas. Follow Janet as she travels the globe while trying to solve the puzzle left behind by the deceased. As she gets closer to the answers, she realizes her life is in danger and she may not solve the puzzle without also fighting f [...]

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