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Publisher's Summary

Annie Sutherland is a woman determined to uncover the truth about her father's death. She had thought he was a low-level bureaucrat but, after his murder, begins to suspect his true profession was more complex.

She goes seeking answers from her father's protégé and successor at the CIA, James McKinley. What she gets from him instead is a one-way trip to a shadowy underworld filled with intrigue, terror - and passion. Now she's in over her head.

©2016 Anne Stuart (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Hard to relate to the characters

Well are usually like Anne Stuart and the narrator does a great job I found Could not find any empathy for the characters and the plot was pretty obvious. Don’t let this review stop you from eating Anne Stuart But you may want to wait till this book is on sale

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I suppose it’s not fair to write a review when I didn’t finish the book, but I just couldn’t empathize with either the H or h. He was too jaded & she was too naive. It’s possible he can be redeemed by the end of the book, but I don’t care about him enough to find out. I’ve enjoyed books by Anne Stuart before & I always love Susan Erickson’s work, but I just can’t get into this story.

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