Nine Nights Djerba
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When the corpse of an English girl washes up on Djerba, undercover-agent Monica drops her mask to discover that she is not the only one playing with false cards. Her real mission is the investigation of the 4/11 terror attack on the Tunisian island’s Jewish Temple but she is a philosophically-minded thirty-four-year old and determined to find out who killed the young woman and soon her threads lead her to the Djerba Nights, the island’s best night club. Here, the elite of the world mingles and the victim’s holiday romance with a Tunisian began. It is also here that Monica becomes entangled in a mesh of desire, deceit, and international politics which brew over to the point where more lives are at stake than on 9/11 if she doesn’t eliminate the the murderer as well as the mastermind behind the terrorist attacks on the ninth night after the English girl's murder.
The first three chapters of Alexis Debary's debut work of fiction NINE NIGHTS DJERBA, which is based on the 4/11 terrorist blast in Tunisia, in 2002, are FOR FREE. Read them and then decide if you want to find out what really happens and why. This is a full-fledged work of fiction that encomprises over 400 pages and it is divided into four parts that are vailable here for download and each costs 99 cents.
I studied Islamic Studies and German Literature at the University of Hamburg and dropped out after two years to travel the world. I rounded the tip of India from end to end, then slipped from Patistan over the Karakourm Highway along the Old Silk Road through China, and spend half a year in Indonesia. But mainly I travelled extensively in Arabic speaking countries and was married to a Moroccan in Chefchaouen, where I witnessed many of the ceremonies and occult rituals I write about in NINE NIGHTS DJERBA. And my idea is to bind these first-hand experiences and the research I have done in the last twenty years into a tale with two time-lines that jangles with action and vibrant imagery while playing with the cultural prejudice of the immidiate post 9/11 era in general as well as on the Tunisian island of Djerba, in particular. [more]
Keywords: Psychological Thriller, Tunisia, Murder, Suspense, Intrigue, Literary Thriller, International Politics, Conspiracy Theory, Terrorism, 9/11, Fake Flag Terrorism, International Crime, Contemporary Fiction, North Africa in 2002