Douglas Stewart Books

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M J Rose - New York Times Best-Selling Author

"The Ratso Thrillers"

"Gripping, action-packed thriller.” - PETER JAMES

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"In Dead Fix, Douglas Stewart takes you as close as you'll want to get to the high-stakes, high risk world of top level match fixing." - SIMON TOYNE

“Dex” Dexter’s sister dies mysteriously after confronting a casino boss for cheating her of a big win. Having promised her to seek revenge, Dex rushes headlong into a dangerous world of powerful casino bosses in London and Las Vegas. Their new multi-billion casino in Vegas is soon to open and Dex has vowed that will never happen. Suddenly, he is trapped in a world of money-laundering, murder and corruption as he races against the clock to keep the promise.

"Full of drama from beginning to end. This truly is a book you can't put down."

WHO IS DOUGLAS STEWART THE AUTHOR?

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Douglas Stewart is British author of some sixteen books. Though perhaps best known as the creator of the much-loved Detective Inspector Todd “Ratso” Holtom series, Douglas has written a number of other stand-alone thrillers and best-selling works of non-fiction.

“Stewart’s writing is fast-moving and laced with that natural British sarcasm that comes so effortlessly. Tough to put down.” – Richard Marcus – Global Casino Expert

“The characters are well thought out, and the situations they find themselves in scary and always dangerous. The lead character is a tough no nonsense policeman who will do everything to get the criminals. If you like James Patterson and David Baldicini you will like this.”

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“A clever blend of villainy”

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“...nail biting story which keeps up the suspense right until the very end"

“His pungent stories pound through their plots.”
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