Narrated By: Gildart Jackson
Duration: 16 hours and 20 minutes
What to expect
Hector: Lover. Killer. Crime lord.
Lars: Stalker. Policeman. Addict
Jen: Ex lover. Arms dealer. Hero?
Sophie: Nurse. Mother. Victim?
Living a quiet life in the suburbs, Sophie Brinkmann is captivated by the handsome and sophisticated Hector Guzman. She has no idea that beneath Hector’s charm lies something far more dangerous. Hector is the head of an international crime syndicate. He is used to getting what he wants, and what he wants now is the total annihilation of his rivals.
Before she can fully grasp the extent of Hector’s world, Sophie is trapped within it. Her house is under surveillance, her family is at risk. Hector is at war – with Russian hit men, South American drug traffickers, German gangsters – and now Sophie is too.
But who can she trust when even the people who have sworn to uphold the law are as dangerous as those dedicated to breaking it? If Sophie is to get out alive, and with her integrity intact, she will have to summon everything within her to navigate this intricate web of moral ambiguity, deadly obsession and ruthless killers.
Modern & contemporary fiction, Crime & mystery fiction
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