The Turkish Connection by Rik Stone

The Turkish Connection
By Rik Stone
Genre: Thriller
298 pages

It's 1951 and Mehmet has lost both of his parents. He lives on.the streets of Istanbul forced to be a thief. He thinks his father abandoned him but yrs. later finds out the truth. Will he be able to turn his life around or is it too late?

I found Mehmet to be a sympathetic character and wished the best for him. The book kept me interested and it flowed well. It was a thrilling read.

3 teacups

About the author:

Rick Stone worked in a ship yard, spent time in the merchant navy, and worked in the quarries of Southeast England. He then gained a degree in mathematics and computing. After retiring became a writer with the publication of his first novel Birth of an Assassin.





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