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Butterfly Hill

A Matthys Rossouw Pursuit, Book 2
Narrated by: Adrian Galley
Series: A Matthys Rossouw Pursuit , Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 8 mins
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A psychopath with mother issues. A policeman with his career on the line. A beautiful agent with unclear allegiances. And an ancient organization guarding a secret that could get them all killed.

Hiko Shimuzu is not a nice man, but he is ingenious. Ingenious enough to find a lost artifact capable of catalyzing a revolution in China? Maybe. And that's close enough to draw the attention of powerful forces that won't hesitate to kill to keep their secrets safe. Meanwhile, Matthys Rossouw is in hot pursuit, unaware of the full scale of the danger he faces.

Butterfly Hill is the exciting follow-up to Drachen. Set in the hills above Hong Kong's Lantau Island, it's another high-stakes game of cat and mouse that races toward an explosive conclusion.

Seven hundred years ago, a dynasty died; how far will China go to keep it dead?

©2018 Brendan le Grange (P)2018 Brendan le Grange

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An exotic, utterly captivating heist novel featuring one of the genre’s most entertaining detectives! Excellent audio performance in particular, with South African narrator Adrian Galley’s steely baritone perfectly suited to Hong Kong, a city with a multitude of global influences. Meanwhile, the multicultural cast are given believable, discrete voices. Galley’s pacing is deliberate enough to allow readers to fully digest le Grange’s clever wordplay and the crackling dialogue between characters. Logging in at just over eight hours, the book can easily be enjoyed over the course of a couple of long flights.