Winter 2014. In London, Daniel Brooking is a successful fine art photographer on the eve of his latest exhibition. In Ukraine, the Euromaidan protests are in full swing. The sudden disappearance of Daniel’s Ukrainian assistant upends his comfortable existence and pitches him into a world of competing international interests, where the life of one photographer is considered a small price to pay to maintain a secret that has lain hidden for over two hundred years.
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“The plot is superb and utterly convincing...The characters are brilliant: there isn't one who doesn't come off the page fully formed...KJ Lawrence is a superb writer who can evoke a location in just a few words...Days after finishing The Cossack I'm still mentally involved with the characters...I'll never look at a tank of fish in quite the same way again…”
The Bookbag *****
" The Cossack is a fine debut, with Lawrence a compelling – and compassionate – author who is worth watching." Crime Fiction Lover. *****
"The Cossack is a strong addition to the thriller genre with an interesting plot-line, well developed characters and a lively pace – and recommended by us!" TBR The Book Reviewers. 4.5 stars
" This book is a page turner with an outstanding plot that comes to fruition after well-crafted twists and turns. The characters are true to life, relatable, and vivid. Daniel Brooking is the perfect protagonist. Lawrence has written an original novel that will keep readers engaged until the very end."
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