"The book gathers pace at breakneck speed and it includes a number of unforeseeable twists that will leave you in a whirl."
As a freelance “cleaner” it is Jonathan Quinn's job to make bodies disappear. As an ex-CIA agent he works on behalf of a little known U.S Government intelligence agency. When he is called in to clean up after an incident he initially believes it is going to be a straightforward job. However, this is not the case.
When he arrives at the busy Los Angeles port he realises that one of his main rules (that no one or nothing should be traced back to him) has been contravened. Enclosed inside the crate that has just arrived from the sea is the body of a dead man. The body he is asked to make disappear is that of an old CIA friend, Steven Markoff - someone who once saved his life. In order to find out who murdered his friend Quinn becomes personally involved thus violating one of his own rules of not becoming personally or emotionally involved. Determined to find his friend's murderer Quinn, along with the rest of his team, finds that Markoff's girlfriend Jenny Fuentes must be traced, knowing that she is not only unaware of his death but has also gone missing herself.
The search for Fuentes takes them from Los Angeles to Houston and on to the corridors of power in Washington D.C. and then to Singapore. It takes all his skill along with the help of his friends and a former underworld contact to help discover the plot's villainous mastermind and for him to clear up the mystery of his friend's death.