Murder is stirring within the heart of Georgia. The residents of the Devil’s Horn are still trying to forget their troubled past — the slaughter of four teens in the early 70’s. The culprit was never captured, and many believe that he has evaded the justice system for decades. Living in fear, the locals try to keep the few fanatical tourists at bay, knowing that history tends to repeat itself.
After Tessa Rhodes and her friends arrive in town to explore an abandoned log cabin, they find themselves digging up ghastly secrets that were better left buried. Once tragedy strikes the Horn in an all-too-familiar way, Tessa’s only salvation is to uncover the mystery of a bloodbath that occurred over 40 years ago.
To save lives in the present, she must lay the past to rest — but for her friends, it may already be too late…
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A series of mysterious narcotics-related homicides suddenly caught the attention of the International Intelligence Agencies when drug mules from all over the world started to turn up dead in perplexing situations.
As they continue to die, the British MI4 is determined to know what’s going down. But so is the CIA and the Australian Intelligence. And so is the Denmark Intelligence and the French Intelligence, who have also encountered the couriers of death.
Was it just a coincidence? Or was there a sinister justification for these uncanny occurrences? MI4 Chief Colin Shooter believes there’s a sinister justification behind the unfortunate couriers. He’s a stickler, who never gives up on a conundrum and he’s absolute determined to see things through.
But he needs an agent teeming with world-class, international espionage experience; a guy who knows his stuff like the back of his hand.
And if that means collaborating with old antagonist, Special Agent Jason Clay all over again, it won’t be the end of the world.
Set in London, Hong Kong, Nigeria, Paris, Miami, Australia, Barbados, Houston, Copenhagen, Singapore, The Netherlands, South Carolina and Atlanta, it’s espionage at its very best!
It’s espionage as you’ve never seen it before!