Napoleon stood before a stormy sky. In his hand was a scroll, and on that scroll were characters. Etruscan characters. Reporter Jake Wosley has seen things he never thought possible. After stumbling across secret documents showing Winston Churchill's interest in the ancient Etruscan civilisation, his life changed forever. Now he lies in hiding in Thailand, trying to put the past behind him. When a letter arrives, featuring genuine quotes from Napoleon about fate and destiny, he has idea who it's from but kws he is longer safe. And when Jenny, his former lover and confidant reaches out to him, in terrible danger, Jake has choice but to come to her aid. Unearthing secrets many want to get their hands on, can Wosley evade Washington and MI6? And if he really has discovered the key to foretelling destiny, what happens if this kwledge falls into the wrong hands...? The gripping sequel to Foretold by Thunder, The Napoleon Complex journey to Sierra Leone, Israel, Egypt, Austria, Tanzania and Burundi, and peers back into the smoky Westminster drawing rooms of leading Victorian statesmen, taking the reader on a fast-paced and thrilling adventure.
E. M. Davey is a 32-year-old journalist at the BBC specialising in undercover investigative journalism. When not working he enjoys travel to far-flung and occasionally dangerous spots to research his fiction and just for the heck of it. He has visited forty-four countries (and counting). History-particularly classical history -has been his lifelong passion.