THE COLOUR OF THUNDER 
by Suzanne Harrison

 

One small island, six troubled residents hunt for the truth before the storm arrives.

Johnny is a powerful and successful businessman and is finally considering settling down with elusive new arrival Scarlett. However, there are whispered rumours about possible past involvement in corruption and even kidnap with his violent business partner. And the repercussions of these events are still impacting the Island’s residents.

It is said many people move to Hong Kong to make a break from their past. In one of the world’s most vibrant international cities, a number of paths intertwine in the hunt for the truth as the storm of the century approaches.

'I was utterly immersed in this complex, intriguing, vividly atmospheric tale of Hong Kong.' Charity Norman

‘I thoroughly enjoyed reading this gripping and intriguing mystery… Not only is the story full of deep secrets and provocative characters but it also captures the many compelling and diverse facets of Hong Kong in the narrative. This captivating and dynamic book is a must for anyone who enjoys a stormy atmospheric ride set in a city rich in culture and intrigue.’ Jules Hannaford, author of Fool Me Twice, Podcaster of Hong Kong Confidential

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ISBN (Paperback): 9781789559392 ISBN (Ebook): 9781789559385

Price: £8.99 (Paperback) £4.99 (Ebook)

Published: 1st February 2021

Extent: 272 pages
Format: 198x129mm 
Markets: World
Translation: Yes 

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Suzanne Harrison is an Australian journalist and Editor who has lived in Hong Kong since 1999. She currently works freelance writing lifestyle and news features for the South China Morning Post.


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