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'The plot twists and turns like the tail of a Chinese dragon.  A cracking good read... Highly recommended'
Shots Magazine, read the full review at...
http://www.shotsmag.co.uk/snakehead.htm

'Well-researched... touches on real fears'
The Guardian, read the full review at...
http://books.guardian.co.uk/reviews/generalfiction/0,6121,650680,00.html

'...part police procedural and part thriller and they succeed wonderfully on both levels...I have enjoyed all of the books in the series and consider SNAKEHEAD the best of the bunch... captivating.'
Deadly Pleasures (The Anthony Award Winning Mystery Magazine)
read the full review at...
http://www.deadlypleasures.com/ROTW57.htm

'the fourth of his excellent China novels... It's a spell-binding and frighteningly realistic tale.'
Aberdeen Evening Express

'fast, exciting... highly topical and entertaining read that will also give food for thought.'
The Irish Times

'intriguing... the investigation is absorbing, and the outcome quite a satisfactory (though scrupulously trailed) surprise'
The Scotsman

'May once again taps into an absolutely current issue - bio terrorism'
Highland News

'Plotted as ingeniously as ever'
North Star

'adrenalin-pumping... with a special final twist'
Lochaber News

"A fast-moving, well-written book that is difficult to put down"
Coventry Evening Telegraph

"the chilling storyline could happen in real life"
Nuneaton Evening Telegraph

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