After the major fraud leading to the collapse of the Avariss Island Bank Inspector David Granger is tasked with tracking down the culprits and bringing them to justice. One of the conspirators is found in South America…murdered! The others are on the run and seem to have disappeared into thin air. Granger begins his desperate search, but he’s not alone. Someone else is searching too… and seeking retribution. Who could it be? And why is the Russian Mafia taking such interest?
Granger must find them before the killer does - in the race of his life.
Set against a tropical background, this is a story of international crime and suspense from a writer with knowledge of the Caribbean and its way of life. ‘Nemesis’ is the final book in the ‘Caribbean Trilogy’ - after ‘Paradise Mistaken’ and ‘A Body Politic’ also available from Trafford Publishing.
Born in Guildford, UK, Tony Grey is a retired police officer. He became a constable at the age of twenty and, in a career spanning more than thirty years, worked in various departments, gaining first-hand experience of the many interesting facets of police work and undertaking a number of high-profile investigations. He was promoted through the ranks to become a chief officer at the age of thirty-nine and went on to become a Commissioner of Police in the Caribbean. Since retirement he has worked as an international consultant on policing and writes crime novels. Set in the Caribbean, his stories are based upon real-life incidents and experiences.