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Forever and a Death

By (author) Donald E. Westlake
Genres: Crime & mystery
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Hard Case Crime
Published: 19th Jun 2018
Dimensions: w 129mm h 203mm d 33mm
Weight: 404g
ISBN-10: 1785654640
ISBN-13: 9781785654640
Barcode No: 9781785654640
Synopsis
A formerly rich businessman thrown out of Hong Kong when the Chinese took over from the British decides to fix his dire financial problems and take revenge on the Chinese by tunneling under Hong Kong's bank vaults and stealing all their gold, then using a doomsday device to set off a "soliton wave" that will turn the ground to sludge, causing the whole city to collapse. Only the engineer on his staff who designed the soliton wave technology (intending it for good purposes, to help with construction projects) can stop him, working together with a beautiful young environmental activist who gets caught up in one of the soliton tests and nearly killed. From the deck of a yacht near the Great Barrier Reef to Australia and Singapore and finally Hong Kong itself, it's a deadly game of cat-and-mouse as our heroes first struggle to escape the villain's clutches and then thwart his insanely destructive plan.

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The orange wetsuit, that gun pose, the comma of hair above the eye - stop twisting my arm, Hard Case!" - Birth. Movies. Death "Shamelessly escapist fun" - Seattle Times "The orange wetsuit, that gun pose, the comma of hair above the eye - stop twisting my arm, Hard Case!" - Birth. Movies. Death "unexpected treat...a posthumous bonus fans will cherish" - Kirkus Reviews "There are real Bond villains in this ever-changing world in which we live in. But there is no James Bond. It's up to us to stop them. Or join them. Or be destroyed and/or ruled by them. There are no other choices." -The Westlake Review "great fun to read...and speculate on what a Westlake-written Bond movie might have been like. A newly discovered novel by one of the true grand masters of the genre is always a cause for celebration." - Booklist "great stuff. Hugely recommended" Atomic Junk Shop "This is not the first time Hard Case Crime has published a neglected or forgotten work by Westlake. So we are again in their debt for gracing us with another reason to both mourn the loss and celebrate this incredibly talented author - and spend another few hours in his creative company." - Bookgasm "Hard Case Crime has another winner." Noir Journal "my favorite posthumous Westlake so far and a fun read" Dangerous Dan's Book blog "it's a bitch that we didn't get a Donald Westlake James Bond film starring Pierce Brosnan, but for me, we got something even better...a brand-new Westlake novel." Criminal Element "An excellent thriller that, paired with the afterword, offers a revealing look at the inner workings of the Bond machine and there are certainly plenty of us who care about that. It's also a must-read for Westlake fans." - Military.com "FOREVER AND A DEATH is worthy of an audience beyond Westlake completists. Even if Westlake is treading in somewhat unfamiliar waters here, his trademark setups are present, and frequently so." - BookReporter "Highly recommended and one of the best reads of 2017" Borg.com "a fantastic take on what an action thriller that dares to think outside of the box can be" The Crime Review "The orange wetsuit, that gun pose, the comma of hair above the eye - stop twisting my arm, Hard Case!" - Birth. Movies. Death "unexpected treat...a posthumous bonus fans will cherish" - Kirkus Reviews "There are real Bond villains in this ever-changing world in which we live in. But there is no James Bond. It's up to us to stop them. Or join them. Or be destroyed and/or ruled by them. There are no other choices." -The Westlake Review "great fun to read...and speculate on what a Westlake-written Bond movie might have been like. A newly discovered novel by one of the true grand masters of the genre is always a cause for celebration." - Booklist