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The Flying Pig

A gangland boss, an ex-con, and an extremist team up to rob the Dutch banking system. Their motives are mixed, but their aim is the same – their biggest ever payday.
 With the Dutch banking system open for plunder, loyalties are tested as the Dutch police, German special forces and a shadowy figure come crashing in on the disparate group.


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A gangland boss, an ex-con, and an extremist team up to rob the Dutch banking system. Their motives may be mixed, but their aim is the same – to cash in on their biggest ever payday.
 With the Dutch banking system open for plunder, loyalties and friendships are tested to the limit as the Dutch police, German special forces and a shadowy figure come crashing in on the disparate group.
 Greed, jealousy and fear combine to create a highly charged end to this tense thriller.

Additional information

Imprint

Wordcatcher Publishing

Pages

100

MainBISAC

FICTION / Mystery & Detective / International Crime & Mystery

PubDate

20201125

Series

Wordcatcher Modern Fiction

3 reviews for The Flying Pig

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    María Delfina Cernello

    All good artists start with a cartoon and Elliot is no exception. His Lowryesque characters rapidly take on their full and convincing form as the plot unfolds. Old lags meet new as the classics of crime execute a 21st century heist using 20th techniques. Double dealing and the foibles of greed combine to bring this compelling first novel to a crashing finale.

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    Dominic Meerabux

    Herbert’s debut novel is a riveting European crime thriller.

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    Alex Mauser

    I thoroughly enjoyed The Flying Pig. The story of Henry starts with his release from jail back into Amsterdam’s underworld. It then unfolds with twists and turns, creating formidable tension and action scenes using a richly descriptive text. I found the characters interesting and plausible, each designed with strengths and flaws. An outstanding debut novel!

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