In London, private investigator Dr Rayhana Crane is contacted by a woman who has received an unexpected letter from her estranged son Jason, not seen since he left to become a fighter for Islamic State. When his steps are traced back to the old stomping ground of her partner, Cal Drake, the former policeman goes undercover to infiltrate the sinister network which took Jason abroad.
Meanwhile, Crane pursues a woman whose seemingly unconnected disappearance off the English coast is soon found to reveal a deadlier connection. As the two investigators delve deeper, they find themselves mired in a violent world where terror and organised crime intersect.
This is book three in the A Crane and Drake Mystery, you can read these books as a standalone which I have done. It was an ok read but it was a bit long and drawn out and I didn’t find I gelled with any of the characters. I had to put it too one side for a few days and come back to it, I kind of wanted to finish it to see what would happen. The ending was good though.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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