Nice, France — Retired CIA agent, Cain, is living a quiet life, trying to stay out of trouble.
But he can’t turn off his old instincts like a lightswitch.
When an unsuspecting American woman becomes the target of criminals, he can’t sit back and do nothing.
What starts as one good deed puts Cain in the sights of highly-trained mercenaries, brings him to the attention of INTERPOL, and puts him on a collision course with evil personified.
With no one he can trust, in a land of double-crosses, Cain must rely on his wits to survive.
This is book two in the Cain Thrillers and I couldn’t wait to continue with this series. We meet up with Cain who is trying to keep a low profile and enjoy his retirement, but things don’t always go according to plan. Cain can never let things go especially when someone could be in trouble. In this story he helps a woman who has become a target for a nasty bunch of criminals, Cain goes above and beyond to help her as best as he can, but getting caught up in her problems is the least of his worries as he has his own problems to sort out too. I really enjoyed seeing what Cain was up to, he is a great character and Tom the author writes fantastic descriptions to make the reader feel immersed into the story. It is a captivating thriller that leads to some shocking twists. Full of drama and suspense, you won’t want to miss out on this epic read. I am excited for the next book.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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sounds great! a book worth reading!
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