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A Snapshot of the Story

Front cover of The Rosario novel showing a misty river, a luxury yacht and a medieval church and castle.

PETER SISSONS

Imagine being flown to an isolated luxury estate belonging to a fabulously wealthy but obnoxious Englishman, high in the Catalonian mountains, for a highly paid job. This man’s obsessions, his mania and his total domination of his estate are hard to handle, but he is paying you handsomely for your services, and you tolerate his rudeness and demands. Then you discover that he is downright dangerous… and he knows… you know… and now you are trapped.

 

What would you do next?

 

This is the crisis facing Max, an architect, and Katie, an expert on 16th-century Tudor and Spanish history, in this hard-to-put-down story of intrigue and adventure. Packed with murder, robbery, romance, hidden documents and life-changing discoveries, Max and Katie are plunged into a race against time across Europe as a long-held secret that spans centuries is revealed.

 

Knowledge can be dangerous, but when wealth and power – and the ability to rewrite history – fall into the wrong hands, the total domination of a criminal mastermind becomes an ever-more frightening reality in this addictive, fast-paced mystery thriller. Building to a shocking and unforeseen conclusion in the Catalonian mountains, The Rosario will grip you until the very end.

Time and Places

The majority of The Rosario's story takes place in the present, with, as the Bookviral review described it, "... a blending of historical reference neatly blurring the lines between fact and fiction to create an overwhelming sense of authenticity and uncertainty as we hurtle towards a superb and rewarding denouement".

Throughout the powerful and entertaining chapters, the reader is whisked around Europe: from the isolation of Spain's majestic Catalonian Mountains and the bustling cities of Barcelona and Madrid, to the City of London and the sunny, rolling countryside of England's Devonshire towns and villages. Taking a deep breath from their luxury executive jet travels, the reader visits the major port of Hamburg in Northern Germany and the small town of Glücksburg, near the Danish border.  

The Rosario's intertwining of fascinating, intriguing, emotional and heart-stopping happenings in each country, combine to give the reader a novel experience they will thoroughly enjoy and never forget.

A white map of Europe with two blue, red and pink dots to show where things happened in story.
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