Early Reviews - Addictive : Awesome : Compelling !

Mal Foster’s exciting new novel An Invisible Nemesis is now published. It’s an explosive tale of conspiracy and murder and is predominately set on the Maltese island of Gozo.

Published under the new ‘Frigsake’ imprint, the book is available in Kindle and paperback formats from Amazon.co.uk, Lulu.com and Barnes & Noble in the U.S. An official book launch & signing has also been arranged. See Events page for details.  

PAPERBACK VERSION £10.99 (Special Price from Lulu.com)

KINDLE VERSION £3.83 (Download from Amazon)

(Also available from other outlets soon!)


...When a Princess Diana look-a-like goes missing just three weeks before the death of the real princess in 1997, suspicions of a conspiracy implicating the UK government, the intelligence and security agencies and the Sicilian mafia begin to unfold. 

Over twenty years later, Jack Compton is a freelance reporter who is on the trail following the murder of Suzanne Camilleri, a fellow journalist on the beautiful Maltese island of Gozo. 

Jack believes that Suzanne, his good friend and former colleague at a now defunct national Sunday newspaper had been in receipt of recent evidence linked to the missing woman which could expose one of the biggest cover-ups in cross-national modern day history. 

Protagonist Jack is out to unravel the Maltese connection and make sense of why Suzanne was killed so brutally. He also needs to watch out for himself.


No.1 Lulu.com Mystery & Crime - Top 100 Chart - May 2019

ISBN: 978-1900462013 - First published May 2019 by Frigsake Publishing 


Early Reviews...

“I have thoroughly enjoyed this book: from the beautiful Maltese setting and journalism background to the conspiracy theory surrounding Princess Diana’s death, it is a completely addictive read.” 
- Michelle Emerson 

“If you only read one book this year, make it Mal Foster’s amazing little masterpiece, ‘An Invisible Nemesis’. It’s superbly written with believable characters that you can almost reach out and shake hands with. The book is not just compelling; it’s a wholly enjoyable read and is most certainly his best work yet!”  - Jacqueline Cornthwaite 


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