Reasonable Doubt by Craig Lawrence

Reasonable Doubt by Craig Lawrence


When investigative journalist Amélie Lagarde learns that her brother has been killed on a diving expedition, she doesn’t share the police’s view that it was an accident. Ex-Gurkha Harry Parker agrees to help her investigate and expects to spend a few days in the sun checking the facts and talking to the local authorities. What he doesn’t expect is to find himself drawn into a deadly battle between an ambitious prime minister, the intelligence agencies and the world’s most wanted terrorist but that’s exactly what happens. And as the death toll mounts and the government refuses to act, Parker and Lagarde have no option but to take matters into their own hands. From the streets of London and the historic island of Malta to the bazaars of Kathmandu and the mountains of Afghanistan, the story that unfolds will grip you from the first page!

Craig Lawrence spent 33 years as a Gurkha officer, serving overseas for much of his career and commanding his Gurkha battalion on operations in the Balkans and in Africa. He also deployed to Afghanistan for a year to support the Presidential elections before leaving the Army in 2016. He has written 5 books, two of which, both Gurkha histories, have been Amazon bestsellers.

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