THE BIG GAME

The eagerly anticipated second novel in the Lake Pen Series

Linked by the common thread of being stories concerning inmates of the Lake Havasu Penitentiary, Book Two - The Big Game therefore has none of the characters of Book One, but is a whole new story world in its own right. That’s not to say that a follow on from #Lazarus10 won’t happen, just not right now...
 

 

What if you were offered the Vegas highlife, to launder millions of dollars..?

Small-time London grifter ‘Shanks’ is an action junkie in search of the biggest game on the planet. As far as he’s concerned, everyone’s on the make; it’s eat, or be eaten.

Spanning two continents and a worldwide crime network, in the time it takes to shuffle a deck, Shanks spins from two-bit nobody trying to grind a living, to Vegas high-roller.

Getting arrested wasn’t part of the plan…

A gritty, funny, drug-fuelled blast through the seedier side of poker and what it is to truly live it: rollercoaster stories from desperate faces, all living in the shadows.

Sometimes it pays to be careful what you wish for…

Rajan writes with a warm, enchanting flow… with strong, dynamic characters… I really didn't want it to end.”

The second in the Lake Pen Series of novels, by Andrew Rajan

Fast-paced and laden with plot twists, Lazarus#10 is carried by original writing and a narrator who does not lose his sense of humour, even when he finds himself in free fall.”

The Big Game - available on the 28th July. 


In poker terms, what is the biggest game on the planet?

If the Police capture only a fraction of criminals, what do the ones who get away with it get up to? And how would you go about laundering millions of dollars for the chance to live the Vegas high-life?

Do you believe that even lifelong friends have a breaking point?

 

Fast-paced and laden with plot twists, Lazarus#10 is carried by original writing and a narrator who does not lose his sense of humour, even when he finds himself in free fall.”

Rajan writes with a warm, enchanting flow… with strong, dynamic characters… I really didn't want it to end.”