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After six stimulating years spent teaching, Graham Fulbright launched out overseas to work for the linguistic services of two intergovernmental organisations, a career move opening his eyes to a world of cultural diversity tempered by the mixed blessings of history and its legacies. He has previously published three other books with Matador: Driving Mad (2014), The Man with a Charmed Life (2014) and The Khazar Codex (2015).
The lives of five foreign nationals working in Luritania (in the north-western corner of Europe) who meet once a month at Lenfindi Airport passenger terminal to discuss ‘matters of levity and enterprises of great pith and moment’ are derailed by the chance discovery of a briefcase full of classified Secret Service documents. Their actions are the catalyst to a shattering sequence global and personal events that leaves none of them unaffected and shows that in our super-connected world normal rules of cause and effect cease to apply.With a contemporary setting and themes, The Milan Briefcase is a complex and multi-layered literary espionage thriller that takes a while to get going but is a rewarding read in the end.The Milan Briefcase is Graham Fulbright’s 4th book. He has written two other thrillers, The Man with the Charmed Life and The Khazar Codex and one satirical title, Driving Mad.