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- by Jo Bannister
- Four years ago, Gabriel Ash was working with the British government investigating hijackings in Somalia. But when his wife and sons disappeared, presumably taken by pirates, his life fell apart. He has sudden reason to hope when a senior policeman suggests that his sons might still be alive, until that policeman is murdered. No longer a government agent, Ash is determined to investigate, and finds himself under threat from someone who thinks he's getting somewhere
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