The Final Judgement - Daniel Easterman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0061012262 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Daniel Easterman / Mass Market Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 1997-09 by Harpercollins (Mm)
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by - written on 10/05/09, updated on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 215 readings)
Hi there, I am back to reviewing my favourite kind of book, i.e. the thriller, and, as such, this one certainly does not disappoint! For those of you who would, perhaps, like to have a look at my reading preferences, it is available under my first book review, i.e. "As chilling as the Russian winter". Well, let us get to it, immediately . . . ---- About the author ---- Daniel Easterman was born in Belfast in 1949. He is a well educated man whose early interest in Egyptology led to a passion for the Middle East. He also lived in the region for a year (1979), in the Moroccon town/city of Fez, where he taught English at the ... Read the complete review
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