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Publisher Description

A Warhammer Crime novel


An investigation into a missing member of a wealthy family leads Probator Agusto Zidarov into a web of lies and danger amidst the criminal cartels of Varangantua. As the net closes in, Zidarov falls further into darkness from which he may never return…


READ IT BECAUSE

Take a step into the murky underworld of the 41st Millennium through the eyes of a lawman in a gargantuan city whose investigation leads him into darkness and danger.


THE STORY 

In the immense city of Varangantua, life is cheap but mistakes are expensive. When Probator Agusto Zidarov of the city’s enforcers is charged with locating the missing scion of a wealthy family, he knows full well that the chances of finding him alive are slight. The people demanding answers, though, are powerful and ruthless, and he is soon immersed in a world of criminal cartels and corporate warfare where even an enforcer’s survival is far from guaranteed. As he follows the evidence deeper into the city’s dark underbelly, he discovers secrets that have been kept hidden by powerful hands. As the net closes in on both him and his quarry, he is forced to confront just what measures some people are willing to take in order to stay alive… 


Written by Chris Wright

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
August 8
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
365
Pages
PUBLISHER
Black Library
SELLER
Games Workshop Limited
SIZE
2.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Crispy0827 ,

Phillip Marlowe of the 41st Millennium

Chris Wraight delivers, as always. I hope to see Probator Zidarov again soon.

hunterian ,

Amazing!

This book is a wonderful trip into what makes 40k alive- the gritty, grim dark of the future yet compelling humanity, in all its forms, good and bad, that feels real, relatable and horrific in every way. Chris Wraight is one of the finest at BL.

Paul McB ,

Outstanding

This story is a work of art.

This was as gripping a story of crime and betrayal as Mickey Spillane or Dashiell Hammer ever wrote. Noir at its finest. And it works amazingly well in 40k.

Of the thousands of books I’ve read, this is one of the handful good enough to prompt me to write a review.

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