Karen Harris, commander of Unit T, had come to the streets of London, in an effort to curb the activities of an Italian cartel engaged in prostitution and abduction across Europe and beyond. Alongside this, many young homeless in the city are going missing with nothing being done about it. Added to her challenges, Karen starts investigating an agency that not only rents out companions, but is involved in more sinister operations. The interconnected problems lead to Karen going covert, in an attempt to get at the truth, with an operation that pushes her and her friend, Sherry Malloy, to the limit.
However, Karen is about to learn the real truth concerning the fate of the missing teenagers. Even worse, she can do nothing about it. Except, if the truth ever became public, the revelations could shake the very foundations of civilised society, not only in Britain, but across Europe.
The ‘Connection’ series, once again, takes the reader deep into the very dangerous world of the criminals engaged, not only in drugs, but people trafficking, which exists in every town and city. It is not for the faint-hearted, but nevertheless makes compulsive reading.