Troubador The Quarant

Released: 28/10/2020

ISBN: 9781800460218

eISBN: 9781800467590

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January, 1348. They say bad things come in threes...

The day after an earthquake and tsunami have ravaged Venice, Malin Le Cordier, a successful English maritime trader, sails into the city with plans to mature a coup on behalf of Edward III and Genoa. His time? Short. His guilt? Strong. Keeping the coup a secret from those he loves most weighs heavy on his soul. But Venice is a place with secrets and revenge flows through the city like its canals. For his sake and those he is bound to, it is best he learn to navigate it. And quickly.

Unbeknownst to Malin, there is someone powerful in the city who seeks revenge on Edward III on behalf of his family. Well-situated, he operates under covert circumstances, monitoring Malin’s every move - and playing his own long game, merely waiting for the perfect time to strike.

Combining greed and guilt, revenge and undeclared love, this is one trip that Malin may not live to regret.

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Graham Bullen

Graham spent the thirty-plus years of his working life in the oil and gas industry, first as a librarian and information manager and then as a business improvement and leadership coach.

In 2011, he and his wife Joanne relocated to the North West Scottish Highlands, after spells living and working in Aberdeen and London, and now live on the shores of Loch Ness.

He is interested in pursuing themes of fatherhood, from the persecutive of both fathers and children, and the range of profoundly toxic or benign impacts this can have on individuals lives. He also likes to search for and depict the humour, dark or otherwise, inherent in peoples struggles to make sense of their lives and their place in the world around them. Redemption through love, and the yearnings that emerge when love is thwarted or not fully embraced, are also recurring themes.

At rest during a recent research visit to Venice
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