A Sunny Disappearance - Roderic Jeffries Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727861956 / Hardcover: 256 pages / Publisher: Severn House / Published: Nov 2004
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==Synopsis of the book:== Wealthy and successful businessman Maurice Rook attractive wife reports to the Police he has not returned from a sailing trip. They are ex-pats living the high life in Mallorca, but this success as been at the expense of friends and family alike. Who have gone into partnership with Rook and found they have lost their investments, while they appear still wealthy and unaffected by losses. After a few days without word from Rook the local Police Sergeant Alvarez is asked to make enquiries. As not only is his wife looking for him but now the missing man's insurance company are involved as she has already alerted them to that ... Read the complete review
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