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Blood Game

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A priceless piece of artwork lost in World War II.
A car accident that is no accident.
And a bloodstained photograph that could expose not only a billion-dollar smuggling operation, but its links to terrorism and the entire world of cybercrime.

Connecting all of these disparate threads is the death of bestselling author and war correspondent Catherine Bennet Ross.

Upon Cate’s death, Kris McKenna, Cate’s editor and close friend, heads to London to retrieve what she can of Cate’s final manuscript, one detailing the life of Cate’s father, wartime photographer Paul Bennett.

There, she is met by James Morgan, the son of Cate’s long-time friends. He’s on medical leave from the military working his way through the scars, seen and unseen, that he received in the Middle East, trying to figure out what’s left of himself.

They head to Scotland to visit a cottage Cate purchased when she retired only to find it has been ransacked and Cate’s manuscript has disappeared along with all her files.

What seems to the local police to be a simple robbery is concluded, by the French authorities, to have been something far more sinister. Cate was deliberately forced off the road near Calais, and this is about something far bigger than a stolen manuscript.

Now Kris and James are faced with a dangerous race from rural Scotland to the underbelly of Paris, where they’ll pivot to journey across the French countryside, wading through its secrets from the past, all while a killer is determined to stop them at all costs…

Genre: Romantic Suspense

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