I could not put this book down!!!!!!
They say: don’t judge a book by its cover and that there is no such thing as the perfect crime.
When a high ranking US intelligence agent (with multiple aliases) retires from a dark life of espionage, he writes a book under a pseudonym.
He documents his experience in reading crime scenes and picking up clues as a handbook for investigators – not to teach someone to commit a crime that leaves no means of identifying the victim.
But that is exactly what happens.
In an unexpected progression of events, he soon finds himself roped back into his old life.
His mission: to find the Saracen – a Muslim fundamentalist intent on orchestrating such a sophisticated act of terrorism on the US, that it makes 9/11 look like an amateur hijacking attempt gone wrong.