Two women are murdered in New York, both with British passports, both with small green scimitars tattooed below their breasts. A killer of cunning and ruthlessness is on the loose. In this thriller, the target is the American president and the method is ingenious, unexpected and totally possible.
A violent chance encounter in a small Turkish fishing village results in a murder, for which Fisherman Selim is unfairly blamed. This tale of violence and obsession has been written by one of Turkey's leading contemporary novelists, the recipient of the Varlik Prize for "Memed, My Hawk".
From the sparkle of priceless antique jewels to the terrifying shadows of murderous madness, this story weaves an intricate web of romance, suspense and intrigue. The setting is a small country town in the United States. The author's other novels include "Smoke and Mirrors" and "Shattered Silk".