THE SUITCASE is Book One in my Hansen Series of mystery thrillers.  I am giving away FREE COPIES  (pdf, epub, kindle)  to my friends for a limited period.  To obtain one, click:

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Getting into bed with an older woman can turn a young man’s head.  David Paget didn’t see himself as a toy boy and he didn’t think of Sue Lynne as a cougar.  That was his first mistake.  His second came when he agreed to collect a suitcase from Hong Kong and take it to Australia.  Sue Lynne said the case contained family memorabilia ─ old photographs and that sort of thing.  David thought the contents were too old to be dangerous and that was his third mistake.

The suitcase contained dark secrets. From the moment he opened it there was no going back. The past rushed in like an evil genie escaping from a bottle.  Events moved with frightening speed and David was propelled on a mad dash, through the vastness of Australia, pursued by hired killers.

‘A multi-layered story, masterfully written with historical fact and imagination. A tale of political power, seduction, blackmail and family liaisons.  Throw in secret service agents, hitmen and a treasure map and it takes wings.  Mike Dixon has created a great novel with all the elements of a best seller.’ (Wendy O’Hanlon, Acres Australia).

‘Mike Dixon offers a taste of Australian history, geography, political intrigue, assassins and blackmail. With non-stop action, he mixes historical fact with fiction.  His carefully-crafted plot keeps the reader guessing until the final pages.  Five stars out of five.’ (Pat McGrath Avery, ForeWord Clarion Review, USA).


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