WHILE berthed in The Firth of Forth, the luxury cruise ship Atlantic Ocean is attacked by terrorists, throwing the city and authorities into turmoil.
A Cabinet meeting of COBRA is urgently convened and the British Government dispatches Cpt. Gordon Graynor from MI5 and two of his agents to Edinburgh to take control and investigate the crime.
Investigative Journalist Harry Cram and his partner Skye Livingstone return home from Australia as they learn that two of their friends were onboard the ship, presumed dead. After many fatalities on the cruise ship, the relatives seek answers to the lack of security on the cruise liner and engage Harry Cram to gather information allowing them to lodge a class action against the Company operating the cruise line.
Cram also has unfinished business in Edinburgh trying to find out who murdered his previous partner.
In the middle of the investigation, a never to be released psychopath imprisoned in the State Mental Hospital contacts the police claiming that he has valuable information into the terror attack and is willing to trade that information in return for a release date.
Can they afford to ignore his claims that another attack is imminent?
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About the Author
Born in Scotland, Russell was among many things, a professional soccer player, an Insurance salesman, labourer and crane driver before leaving for Australia (the lucky country) Business life in Australia has varied from roles as Marketing Manager, Senior Management Roles, Real Estate Principal to Company Director. As a successful business man and director of a translation business he recently stepped down to concentrate on his next exciting venture, writing crime novels