Jake and Sirena are currently hiding out in Kotor, Montenegro, when their billionaire benefactor hires them to look into corruption surrounding this normally sedate seaside country on the Adriatic.
Car bombings and gang shootings have become commonplace and extremely disturbing for the government of Montenegro. For some reason, the Montenegrin police and intelligence community can’t seem to get a handle on the violence. So far, most of the deaths have involved rival gang killings. But the tourist trade, a significant percentage of the economy, could take a huge hit if the violence continues.
Jake doesn’t have to look too hard to discover the problem, but he’s not sure how much he can impact the outcome. Together, they discover a conspiracy that could lead to the highest levels of government. And the problem seems to be spread all across the Balkan region along the Adriatic coast.
Can Jake and Sirena survive the deadly cabal? Or, will this be their last mission?
Praise for the book/author:
“A damned good writer.” (David Hagberg, New York Times best-selling author)
“I enjoyed it very much...akin to Ludlum and Higgins...your background and writing skill should make this one a slam dunk...” (Dale Brown, New York Times best-selling author)
“Nonstop action and intrigue from the first page! Get this book and enjoy the thrill ride!” (Scott McEwen, number one New York Times best-selling coauthor of American Sniper on Cyber Shot)
“Watch out Jason Bourne, you had met your match with Jake Adams!” (Suspense Magazine)
“Not as technical and certainly shorter than Tom Clancy’s books but can be read in lieu of them.” (Library Journal)
“Trevor Scott never fails to please.” (Midwest Book Review)
“Author Trevor Scott takes us on a thrill ride full of spycraft, geo-political espionage, advanced weaponry, treason, and a man’s fine appreciation for the female body, even when its owner is a stone killer.” (Jules Brenner, Mystery Scene Magazine)
“While the story is almost too close to reality...kudos to Scott for a job well done and expectations of more to come.” (AudioFile)