It’s 1997, eight months since vigilante justice-seeker Claymore Straker fled South Africa after his explosive testimony to Desmond Tutu’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Joining forces with journalist Rania LaTour, whose family have gone missing, events lead them both to Egypt, where an act of the most shocking terrorist brutality will reveal not only why those they loved were sacrificed, but how they were both, indirectly, responsible.
At times brutal, often lyrical, always gripping – a thriller that will leave you breathless and questioning the very basis of how we live and why we love.
This book was really enjoyable, I loved the plot and pace was spot on!
The characters are great and I thought it was a great thriller that was really gripping in all the right places and I sat and thought about the story long after I had finished it – always the sign of an excellent book for me!!
This is the fourth book in the series (and the final one) and whilst I would say that this can be read as a stand alone, if you do get the opportunity to read the series in order you will get more out of the books.
4.5 stars from me rounded up to 5 stars for Goodreads and Amazon – very highly recommended!!