One of the world's most ruthless terrorists is on his way to Edinburgh - and he can only have one thing on his mind: the forthcoming conference of world heads of government.
If Skinner doesn't pick up his trail fast, he could have a global disaster in his backyard. While all eyes are focused on the terrorist threat, a terminally ill woman is found dead, an apparent suicide. But a policewoman sees the subtle marks of an assisted death - and therefore, according to the law, murder. It is the beginning of an ominous pattern.
But once into book couldn't stop listening narrator had trouble with some of the accents and I felt he got a few mixed up, overall good read but weak ending left us with to many loose ends, but maybe they picked up in later books ? I will try another book in the series to see if I'm right .