The Chinese Proverb by Tina Clough


Army veteran Hunter Grant thought he had left war behind in Afghanistan – a conflict that left him with physical and psychological scars. But finding an unconscious girl in the Northland bush and gradually untangling her story involves him in a war of a different kind in his own country.

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Hunter sets out to find and punish the man Dao calls Master, but he soon discovers there is more to this than enslavement. Before long he himself is being hunted by the boss of a drug empire whose sole objective is to kill Dao – she knows too much.
Protecting Dao and waging war while trying to keep the police from stifling his enterprise takes all Hunter’s ingenuity and determination and exposes him to deadly jeopardy. He enlists his old army buddy Charlie and her helicopter to help him, but things become complicated when Dao disappears.

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1 review for The Chinese Proverb by Tina Clough

  1. Linda Hall, HB Today

    Tina Clough latest novel is a beauty. The Napier author’s third thriller, The Chinese Proverb, captured me from the first page with her powerful main character Hunter Grant, an Afghanistan war vet. As I was introduced to more characters in this compelling tale I was hooked. Clough builds the tension superbly with a well thought out plot and great characters. It’s one of those books that if you have to put it down you can’t wait to get back to it.
    I’m looking forward to seeing what Clough comes up with next.
    Linda Hall, HB Today

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