What if you discovered foreigners were donating to the campaigns of American politicians?
Jacob Stearne wants to find a wife, start a family, and settle down. He's doing his best to impress his date when a stranger is murdered in his driveway. He tries to follow a clue the dying man left but the cops collar him as the murder suspect. He must track the real assassins before the detectives lock him up with the criminally insane. All the clues point to someone at the symposium his boss will attend.
The intricate plotting in Sabel Security novels creates a world you'll love to get lost in — Pat Chapman
His boss, Pia Sabel, and her father attend the symposium for top corporate executives. They are happily mingling with other CEOs when a lobbyist is found dead. Pia quickly uncovers the real purpose of the gathering: to pump foreign cash into the hands of American politicians. Outraged, she sets out to expose the oligarchs, autocrats and terrorists buying senators. Then her father is kidnapped. Before she realizes the size of the hornet's nest she kicked over, she's ducking mercenaries and assassins. Can Jacob and Pia clean up international corruption or will they be the next to die?
Pia Sabel reminds me of a young Eve Dallas, or a tragic Daenerys, always driven to succeed — Ingrid Anderson
Praise for Seeley James' Sabel Security series
Jacob Stearne is Jack Reacher … without the sanity — Paul Westmoreland
The twists in Seeley James stories are better than Steve Berry, Tom Clancy, or John Sandford — David Gormer
Jacob and his sidekick god, Mercury are two of the best characters ever created — Secret World Book Club
Plenty of edge of the seat suspense, a splash of well-timed humor, and adventures that leave you wanting more — Susan Gainoutdinov
You can feel them facing evil, staring it in the face and saying, "Bring it on!" — Ann Graham