Illegal Business on the High Seas - A Crime Novel for Sailing Fans by Sam Llewyn
Gavin Chance, ex-police officer and former Olympic sailing competitor, had imagined his new life as a yacht broker would be much easier. When a freshly sold fishing boat is stolen from his client, with the body of Gavin's business partner and ex-brother-in-law on board, he has no choice but to intervene. Suddenly he finds himself in a tangle of illegal fishing, drug smuggling and sinister machinations and must be careful not to end up on the hook himself ...
- Scottish thriller about water sports
- Written by the master of nautical and sailing thrillers- Thrilling environmental thriller<(p>
- Grippingly narrated page-turner
A lot of water, an anti-hero as the main character, plus a dreamlike sailing area between Wales and Scotland and a crime story as tight as a freshly mended fishing net. A maritime crime novel could hardly be more exciting!
Rough, contemporary and British - crime fiction by Sam Llewellyn
Sam Llewellyn's bestselling crime novels impress with gripping language, compelling plots and maritime flair. The author knows what he is writing about, after all he was born on the storm-tossed Isles of Scilly and has spent half his life under sail. Today he is considered a renowned writer when it comes to crime at sea. "Black Fish - Deadly Bycatch" covers much of what goes on in and around the water, from sailing to yacht brokerage to fishing, and skillfully combines it with the current issue of conservation. An absolute crime novel recommendation!