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A Bridge of Letters

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Author: Duncan James

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An estranged father and son, who have kept in touch for years through an exchange of letters, unexpectedly meet in Hong Kong. A near fatal meeting .... but suddenly they are thrown together in a desperate attempt to get back to England. Their background, their reunion and their escape make fascinating reading.

Shehroze Ameen

This story's opening caught my attention. Well done.


italia pierre

I loved it,couldn't stop stop reading. It was a very exciting book.


Alf Mason

I like suspense stories and this was quite exciting for a short story which I was unable to stop reading until I had got to the last page.Thank You


tatiana taimazova

being a mother, i am rather sad about the plot being deviod of theirmother... things do happen of course, people meet. or did the fatherwitely planed the meeting of his son? thank you . i was ratherentertained. next time i'll try anothe duncan james. excuse my mistakes.


Anne Thursby

an excellent book to read. really enjoyed the book


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Duncan James

Duncan James was an RAF pilot before eventually reaching the higher levels of the British Civil Service, in a career that included top-level posts at home and abroad with the Defence Ministry, and work with the Metropolitan Police at Scotland Yard. A life-long and compulsive writer, he has produced everything from Government statements, Ministerial briefing papers, media announcements and reference books. As a public affairs consultant and freelance author, he was a prolific writer of magazine articles on a wide variety of subjects, as well as short stories. Cashback is the first of a trilogy of novels, first published in 2007, and Their Own Game is the second.

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