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Olavo Bettencourt is an important man, a man of spin. With Brazil adjusting to the new idea of democracy, his PR firm holds the balance of power in its hands. Which has also made Olavo
very rich, if not very popular.

Loathed by his trophy wife and mired in a web of political corruption that spreads from Sao Paolo to Switzerland, Israel and New York, Olavo is an obvious target for extortion.
And what better leverage can there be but the kidnapping of his only son.

Except that the child on his way home from school in Olavo's armour-plated car, deep into his colouring book as the gang closes in . . .

He's not Olavo's son.

Happiness is easy - Edney Silvestre

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Title
Happiness is easy
Author
Edney Silvestre
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Black Swan
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20150129

Olavo Bettencourt is an important man, a man of spin. With Brazil adjusting to the new idea of democracy, his PR firm holds the balance of power in its hands. Which has also made Olavo
very rich, if not very popular.

Loathed by his trophy wife and mired in a web of political corruption that spreads from Sao Paolo to Switzerland, Israel and New York, Olavo is an obvious target for extortion.
And what better leverage can there be but the kidnapping of his only son.

Except that the child on his way home from school in Olavo's armour-plated car, deep into his colouring book as the gang closes in . . .

He's not Olavo's son.

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Edney Silvestre is a Brazilian writer and journalist whose work as a TV reporter has taken him to Iraq and to the September 11 attacks in New York. He currently presents a popular TV book programme and lives in Rio de Janeiro. IF I CLOSE MY EYES NOW, a best seller in Brazil, was his first novel. His second novel, HAPPINESS IS EASY, is out now in Doubleday hardback and ebook

A novel notable for its deftly evoked cast and expert knowledge of Brazilian society, from favela alleyways to the corridors of power
Daily Mail

This small book packs a big punch...Highly recommended
Sunday Express

Type
BOOK
Edition
1st paperback ed
Keyword Index
Suspense fiction.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
189

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