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Sky High-bookcover

By: Sim Moy

Sky High

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Shrinking back into the thick Central America Jungle in an effort to obscure himself from the incoming gunfire, Christian Simpkins desperately tried to recall the details of his job description at the Foreign Office.

His errand to Belize was to simply liaise with a man acting as a mediator in discussions with neighbouring Guatemala, as there was a bit of a to-do regarding some recent border skirmishes. The events that soon unfolded, encompassed huge wealth to grinding poverty and orderly civility to outright anarchy. Traffickers, smugglers and bandits vied with overly enthusiastic security services. Jungle greens were the dress of the day, and among this chaos stood one nervous young man in a white linen suit, looking up to the sky above. A grand design was up there, and therein lay hope.

A conceptual novel woven around a novel concept. A sequel to Simpkins previous’ adventures in the Sahara.

Sim Moy is a London-born man with a well-travelled and diverse background. He has been writing for almost a decade. Sky High is Moy’s third book. It is a sequel to his previously published book Waters’ Edge. Its genre is not specific, although it has been described as a humorous adventure thriller. Sky High is set in present-day Belize and concerns the events of a hapless British Foreign Office employee, Christian Simpkins, who struggles hard to avoid an international embarrassment to Her Majesty’s Government. Murder, intrigue and more murder hinder his reluctant efforts. Hopelessness abounds until a fluke of circumstances creates an opening for Christian Simpkins’ strangely tuned mind.

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