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E6: Buckle Up

Patrick Halliday, Dominic Gullick

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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E6 is a high-octane thriller set in present day Scandinavia. Criminality is rife, with gangs fighting to claim territory. Kajsa is a member of an elite police highway pursuit unit. Haunted by a traumatic past, and wrestling with her other darker self, Kajsa will be forced into taking the law into her own hands.

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