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by Christopher Belton

Free eBook Crime Sans Frontieres download ISBN: 1861067046
Author: Christopher Belton
Publisher: Minerva Press (January 9, 1998)
Language: English
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Christopher Belton (born 25 August 1955 in Hackney, London, UK) is a writer of. .

Christopher Belton (born 25 August 1955 in Hackney, London, UK) is a writer of both fiction and non-fiction, and a Japanese/English translator working from Yokohama, Japan. Turning freelance in 1991, Belton has published more than 60 books as an author, more than 70 as a translator, and is well known in Japan for his contributions to literature, English learning and the publishing industry. His first published work, Crime sans Frontieres, was released in the UK in 1997 and was nominated, although not long-listed, for the prestigious Booker Prize.

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Non-series espionage: Crime Sans Frontieres (1998). Nowhere To Run (2004).

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Uriel
I thoroughly enjoyed author Belton's book, a technothriller with most of the action taking place in Japan. It's a pleasure to be able to see the country and its customs through the eyes of a Westerner who has lived there for a long period of time.
Belton demonstrates knowldge of international policing agencies as well as those in Japan. He writes with authority about the politics within these places and the types of personalities that work there.
The characters have depth and complexity, which adds to the reader's entertainment. The plot line is credible and lively.
The story starts when staff at an arm of the United Nations become aware of a startling increase in computer crimes, many with some relationship to Japanese firms. A brief investigation leads to the death of a detective in Tokyo and to some behind-the-scenes attempts at a cover up. As part of the scheme to prevent law enforcement from finding the gangsters responsible, a government ally of the Yakuza asks that Western operatives be brought in.
The Westerners are spied on until they go to ground and the chase--and tricks--begin.
The story is definitely for those who like their crime fiction with plenty of fight scenes and close calls.
Longitude Temporary
Christopher Belton has written a real page-turner, with an internatinal cast of characters. I couldn't put it down. Joins an illustrious list of books based in Japan written by longtime foreign residents. Belton has been in Yokohama for about 20 years. Deserves as a wide a readership as possible; hopefully in Japanese translation too.
Captain America
This book is now available in a Japanese edition, with a US edition due out soon, I hear. Slowly, this book has gathered a following and a movie version is no doubt in the cards someday. YOU CAN FIND christopher belton's homepage by doing a search under his name... and read more about CRIMES SANS FRONTIERES, titled KOKKYO NAKI HANZAI in Japanese.