Over pisco sours, the Peruvian mining executive explained the case: a gold mine had been robbed, two guards were killed. He needed someone to find the murderers—and the missing gold.
Roy Petersen threw back his drink. He was blind in one eye, had two replaced hips, and was twice divorced. But the former Special Forces operative was sure that one good job could fix everything.
Maria was a desk-bound and divorced cop in Lima. The only time she fired her gun was in training, and she wasn’t looking for adventure anymore. Then she met Roy.
In the rugged mountains of Peru, the two set off to solve the case with the hope that this time, things would be different for both of them.