From the beginning, the mission went wrong. Amie loses contact with her handlers in London, she is stalked across borders, the aid workers act very suspiciously and her partner Simon is missing. Locked in a rural hut and left for dead, Amie's rescuers need more than a little help from her to escape an international sex trade with a horrifying twist.
This novel is edge of seat and will keep you entertained from page one to the end.
Lucinda Clarke takes you there and traps you into a story of horror based on tribal practices, poverty, and pride, too powerful to put down.
There are so many twists and turns it leaves one breathlessly turning pages. We're never sure who to trust. Who are the bad guys and who are the good guys?
Amie shows no sign of running out of steam in this latest edition of what I hope will be as long a running saga as that of James Bond.