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The teenage son of front-running US presidential candidate Senator JE Blackman is found horribly murdered in a Manchester apartment. Blackman knows that if the intimate details of the crime become public, his political ambitions will be in ruins. There can be no arrests, no trial. 

The senator is one of the world’s richest men. Wealthy enough to make Washington dance to his tune and demand the CIA solve his problem. Their solution? Find a deniable operative. A man who knows the city and its criminal underworld. A man who will seek out the killers and dispose of them without a second thought. A damaged ex-SAS hero who will do anything if the price is right. A man called Rick Fuller.

©2017 Robert White (P)2018 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • Mrs L Lloyd
  • 07-11-18

can't wait to get the next book in the series

brilliant entertaini g riveting just love the characters the plot and the whole feel 9f the tale

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  • Thewilsonman
  • 07-14-18

Slightly disappointed

Having listened to all the other Rick Fuller books I was excited when this one was recently released.
As usual the characters are well described and the narrator does a good job of helping to understand their various personalities.
The story carries on naturally from the previous book and is quite gripping and not too easy to work out.
My grumble is that it all ends very quickly as though, in this case, the author either ran out of ideas or just got bored. I wanted to it to carry on rather longer as I like the way the stories are told in their individual parts by each of the main characters. It almost felt like it was the end of part one with part two to follow.