A retrenched bank manager from rural Australia resumes his personal war against Terror on a flight to London. His wife is beside him, aware of some of the disturbance in his mind, but not the full extent of his dark, occult vision. He is immediately suspicious of Harold Byron, the passenger sitting on his other side... He has never accepted the death of his elder daughter in the Twin Towers. In the fearful emanations of London - in its Underground and Tower - he is brought to the edge of his personal ground zero, which will finally absorb him in Disneyland Paris. He follows Harold Byron to Rome, pursues him through the Sistine Chapel, and on to a reckoning in the Colosseum... But fear has no satisfactory resolution. Is his wife all she appears to be? Might she be in bed with Terror? He travels on through northern Italy and into Germany to find out... 'Guantanamo Bay' follows 'Accounting for Terror' in the tragicomic 'Terror Trilogy', which concludes with 'A Captain of Souls'.