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Martha Stevens-David Review: "Pursuit" by Harry Taylor
By Martha Stevens-David
Mar 13, 2015 - 10:45:06 PM

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I have just completed reading the two books written by "Harry Taylor" namely; "Rogues, Riches & Redemption". And the follow-up book; "Pursuit". Both are very well-written and tension filled and it was my pleasure to read them. This writer has an excellent command of words and his descriptive phrases of both the characters and story situations were believable and held my interest throughout. I was sorry to have finished both books and find myself wishing that there was another to read because my mind keeps going back to the ending and thinking, "What if..."

Would/will I recommend this author's books to others? ABSOLUTELY!!!

Martha Stevens-David.
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  1. 'Rogues, Riches and Retribution' -
  2. 'Pursuit' -

Harry Taylor hails from the lovely old market town of Nantwich in Cheshire. From there he moved to Bristol to complete his studies and then onto Stafford where many happy years were spent. After a spell in Bristol he embarked on his overseas career. Tripoli in North Africa was the first stop, followed by Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Kuwait but the draw of Dubai has been the biggest pull on his life and that is where he now resides with his wife and family.

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