The Adversary


      The Adversary
A high profile criminal prosecution collapses and the body of a woman is discovered on the Mongolian steppes Inspector Nergui is assigned to conduct an internal enquiry into the failed prosecution, while Doripalam has to deal with both the murder investigation and suspected corruption. Download The Adversary author Michael Walters – tbjewellers.co.uk

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformation Aka Alex WaltersMichael Walters has worked in the oil industry, broadcasting and banking Over the last decade, he has worked as a management consultant across the world, in environments ranging from parliaments to prisons When not travelling, he lives in Manchester with his wife and three children.Series Inspector Nergui

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  • Unknown Binding
  • 415 pages
  • The Adversary
  • Michael Walters
  • 05 April 2018
  • 1847243363

10 thoughts on “ The Adversary

  1. says:

    A Tense Atmospheric Thriller Stunning When the trial of a vicious criminal collapses Doripalam is angry , upset and almost on the verge of resigning from the force.Nergui who is landed with the job of investigating as to why this happened, knows there are dark forces at work here.As the story unfolds there is tension and suspicion is rife who can be trusted Nergui has his workload cut out but who can he trust Set in Mongolia This is a Tense, dark atmospheric thriller that takes the A Tense Atmospheric Thriller Stunning When the trial of a vicious criminal collapses Doripalam is angry , upset and almost on the verge of resigning from the force.Nergui who is landed with the job of investigating as to why this happened, knows there are dark forces at work here.As the story unfolds there is tension and suspicion is rife who can be trusted Nergui has his workload cut ou...

  2. says:

    Found this police procedural initially quite difficult to get into and it was slow to gain momentum with me I hadn t read the first book in the series and thought this was a standalone novel The author did supply some back story to the main characters Nergui and Doripalam, but it wasn t until a bit later in the novel that I was able to clearly see the connection and understand their motivations clearly.The plot to this novel is a fairly straight forward police procedural with corruption in the Found this police procedural initially quite difficult to get into and it was slow to gain momentum with me I hadn t read the first book in the series and thought this was a standalone novel The author did supply some back story to the main characters Nergui and Doripalam, ...

  3. says:

    I have been without a computer and, therefore, my Kindle for three weeks so, as a result, I have been haunting local bookstores in search of books to feed my reading addiction.Its been a hard search because I live in Spain and finding English language novels isnt easy, as you can well imagine As a result Ive spent a fair amount of time in used book stores and that, as it turns out, has led me to some really interesting authors who, Im sorry to say, I hadnt heard of in the ...

  4. says:

    After the fall of the Soviet Union and during the 70 years of the USSR crime gangs were active Walters tells a story that is easy to read and to visualise He ventures into areas such as corruption in the police force, contemporary life and yurt living a...

  5. says:

    Splendid, exotic Asian setting So much intrigue and corruption in this Ulan Baatar mystery Walters must have spent time in Mongolia to write so well and with such detail Would have likedon food, smells and sights to add to the landscape and weather I have Shadow Walker somewhere and must read i...

  6. says:

    Interesting sequel featuring Det Nergui, the setting in Mongolia marks this series out as something different The ending was a little predictable but overall this was a satisfying read, recommended for those looking for something light and different.

  7. says:

    I did not find the characters easy to care about I kept thinking I should rereading the first book because it madesense, but eventually after meandering the story comes together.

  8. says:

    Till now the story is catching, but I wish the names are a bit easier

  9. says:

    Interesting story set in Mongolia It could have been London or New York except for the characters names.

  10. says:

    This was a blast Mongolia nothing wrong with that I love reading mysteries set in foreign locales, and this was about the most foreign mystery I ve yet read And it was very good.

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