Amie unwillingly returns to work for the British SIS back in Togodo with instructions to spy on her old friend Ben who is now the President. She helps to arrange a safari for diplomats eager to bid for the newly-found mineral wealth. but things go horribly wrong as each country will do anything to ensure they win the mining rights – even if it means mass murder.
— I have to admire the author for deftly juggling so many plot elements and keeping the reader guessing.
— The author has a way of painting pictures with her words that is in a class of its own.
— This is an exciting, scary, intriguing, fast-paced and sometimes, heart-breaking story and I cannot recommend this highly enough.