As if a home with a terminally ill woman isn’t enough without adding murder to the mix. Emma is charged by the dying woman with finding out what happened. Her questions raise ire and opposition but it seems everyone had opportunity and motive. Are family more deadly than strangers?
Why isn't there a DMC number for Scarlet? Get acquainted with this brilliant, red-haired computer whiz who loves both her mellow cross-stitching projects and her high-intensity takedowns of computer-crime villains. Then you'll understand why both Scarlet and her shadowy colleague Boris Freyczech insist, "Some things it is not necessary to know!"
A suicidal senior executive meets his imaginary angel and is persuaded to keep looking for a second chance in life. He does so and finds himself embroiled in conflicting new relationships fraught with passion and questionable financial deals. His resolve and moral compass are therefore tested to the limit as he tries to choose between right and wrong.
Start with a small slice of France on a sunny isle, add Corsican gangsters, arms smuggling, the Russian mob, a cold-case murder and a tad of romance stirred up by hiking tour owner-cum-tech spy Hardy Durkin and you’ve got one helluva ride.