|Trim Size / Pages||9.3 x 6.3 in / 448|
"Zoë Sharpe will keep you turning pages till dawn."—Jeffery Deaver
The cult calling itself Fourth Day is well funded and highly jealous of its privacy. Five years ago Thomas Witney went in to try to get the evidence that the cult’s charismatic leader, Randall Bane, was responsible for the death of Witney’s son, Liam. Witney never came out. Now, Charlie Fox, and her partner, Sean Meyer, have been tasked to get Witney out, willing or not. But planning and executing a clean, surgical snatch is only the beginning. Five years is a long time to be on the inside and the man who comes out has changed beyond all recognition.
Can Witney be trusted when he says he now believes Bane is innocent of the crime and, if he is, who was behind the boy’s demise? Searching for answers, Charlie agrees to go undercover into Fourth Day’s California stronghold. A fast covert-op. No real danger for someone with her mind set and training. But Charlie has her own secrets, even from Sean, and she’s not prepared for the lure of Randall Bane, or how easily he will pinpoint her weaknesses.
Zoë Sharp, the author of nine novels in the Charlie Fox series of thrillers, spent most of her formative years living on a catamaran on the northwest coast of England. She now lives in Cumbria.
“[An] adrenaline-packed follow-up to Third Strike.” Publisher Weekly
“Charlie Fox is the real deal.” Lee Child, author of the Jack Reacher novels
“Zoë Sharp has an apt last name. She delivers yet another sleek, sharp thriller.” David Morrell, bestselling author of First Blood and The Shimmer
“Charlie Fox is one of the most vivid and engaging heroines ever to swagger onto the pages of a book. Where Charlie goes, thrills follow, and Zoë Sharp keeps them coming hard and fast.” Tess Gerritsen, author of The Keepsake
“Anyone with a brain wants Charlie Fox for the girl next door. Funny, compassionate, and with moves that can kill, Charlie is the indelible creation of the remarkable Zoë Sharp. A kick-ass great read that will keep you riveted from page one.” Gayle Lynds, author of The Book of Spies