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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Thrillers
  • Language:English
  • Pages:316
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9780993265037
  • Paperback ISBN:9780993265020

The Fortune Teller

by Graham Stull View author's profile page

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Overview
Fergus Maloney is a fun-loving NYC street vendor with a twist: he tells fortunes with every sale. Especially when the customers are stunningly beautiful, like corporate attorney Maria Da Silva. But when his fortune telling appears to collide with the events of September 11th, things take a darker turn. Caught up in the whirlwind that follows the attacks, Fergus is forced to confront his own dark past. Only Maria can save him, but to do so, she must risk everything she spent her life building up.
Description
Fergus Maloney is a fun-loving NYC street vendor from County Cork, Ireland. He hasn't got a green card per se. But he does have a portable bread oven and one useful gimmick: he tells fortunes with every bread roll he sells. Especially when the customers are stunningly beautiful, like corporate attorney Maria Da Silva. But when his fortune telling appears to collide with the events of September 11th, things take a darker turn. Caught up in the whirlwind that follows the attacks, Fergus is detained for interrogation, becoming the 51st man in the infamous Camp X-ray. There he will be forced to confront his own dark past. His interrogator, ambitious young Air Force officer Brandon Zeiss, is plunged into a cat and mouse game with the Irishman; one that will call into question the very values Brandon is sworn to defend. Maria is the only person who can save Fergus, but to do so, she must risk everything she spent her life to build up. When the whole world comes crashing down, the only thing left is love.
About the author
An economist by training, Graham has been active in writing for the stage in Ireland for a number of years. His first novel, The Hydra, was written in 2015 yet described the 2020 pandemic with eerie prescience. He lives with his family in rural Belgium.
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