PUBLISHED BY PENGUIN ON THE 14th SEPTEMBER 2023
LONDON. EARLY MORNING.
A body is found in a padlocked suitcase.
Investigator Emma Makepeace knows it’s murder. And it’s personal.
She quickly establishes that the dead man had been shadowing two oligarchs suspected of procuring illegal weapons in the UK. And it seems likely that an insider working deep within the British government is helping them.
To find out who the traitor is, Emma goes deep undercover on a superyacht owned by one of the oligarchs.
But the glamorous veneer of the rich hides dark secrets. Out at sea, Emma is both hunter and prey, and no one can protect her.
Never has the turquoise sea and golden sands of the Rivera seemed so dangerous.
If you like an undercover story then this is the book for you, which you will want to finish in one go as the story is hard to get away from. This is the second book in this series and is just as good as the first one, follow Emma as she ends up on a boat out at sea, who are the bad guys? I enjoyed reading this as it was something a bit different.
AVA GLASS is a former crime reporter and civil servant. Her time working for the government introduced her to the world of spies, and she’s been fascinated by them ever since. She lives in the south of England
Ava Glass is the author of the espionage series Alias Emma. A former civil servant and journalist, she once worked closely with spies, and that experience fuels her writing. Ava is the pseudonym for an international bestselling author who has written more than ten crime novels under another name. Her books have been bestsellers in multiple countries, and have been published in more than twenty languages. Alias Emma is currently being developed for television by The Ink Factory. Join Ava’s bookclub and win free books on her website: www.AvaGlass.co.uk, or follow her on social media: @AvaGlassBooks