AuthorHouse - New Novel Unravels Tangled

AuthorHouse - New Novel Unravels Tangled Webs of Deceit in Cairo

Omar Dickson pens entertaining thriller set in present-day Egypt, ‘Teamwork & Terror’

NEWHAVEN, England (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

Author Omar Dickson puts a modern spin on the classic spy novel in his new thriller, “Teamwork & Terror” (published by AuthorHouse).
I love telling stories and sharing experiences The great, exciting page-turners of Ian Fleming, Desmond Bagley and Alastair Maclean are thrilling reads. I wanted to give today’s readers the same pleasure with a modern twist
Set in present-day North Africa, “Teamwork & Terror” takes readers into Cairo’s seedy underworld on a series of adventures with Darren Hudson, a freelance geophysicist and reluctant British intelligence agent who is the hero of the story despite being a bit roguish and disreputable.

Working with ex-Egyptian intelligence officers, Darren sets out in search of a cache of deadly chemical weapons. He’s also tasked with foiling a terrorist plot, but all is not what it seems and he becomes embroiled in a tangled web of government deceit and cover-ups.

“Teamwork & Terror” will appeal to fans of the thriller/spy genre and any reader who enjoys learning about different cultures. “As well as being a thrilling tale it gives deep insights into modern Egyptian society and culture,” Dickson writes. “It lets the reader see through the eyes of very diverse characters – if we could all do this maybe we can get closer to world peace.”

About the Author
Omar Dickson was born in Brighton, East Sussex, and studied Exploration Geophysics in London before going to work in the international oil industry. He lived in North Africa for 10 years and enjoyed spending time with the locals seeing sights off the beaten path. Dickson resides in East Sussex with his wife and children. This is his first book, and he is working on a sequel, “Deliverance and Double-cross.”

He is still able to write despite loss of the use of his arms and hands due to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosi

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