The truth about Christy Taylor- Caine's mom- is shed by the most likely of characters and it would kill Caine if she knew. Josh, who was supposed to be Saleem's lover, finds a way to spill what he knows about Saleem working with Odin, along with how this entire road of backstabbing, covered secrets and a journey to grab the most riches started in the first place. It will most definitely knock your socks off when you find out who is connected to who, why they did what they did, and especially when this tale has to come to an end with a startling revelation. Caine and Dom don't stand a chance in love when with every corner they turn, they're being stabbed in the heart.
With so much drama surrounding the pair, it's only a matter of time before someone throws in the towel or ends up in a grave when neither Dom nor Caine asked for the gunfire, fights, lusting secret lovers and all of the heart-wrenching events and massive bloodshed that takes place in between that are guaranteed to drop your jaw with every page you turn. Will V have his warm welcome home and do away with his brother, or team up with him in order to take back what he left with Dom? Will Caine choose the easy going, laid back and handsome Ethan and leave the bullshit behind with Dom? Or will Dom leave Caine first in order to bow at the scheming Kita's feet in order to have a family for his new daughter? The only way to know is to open the book and keep in mind of some of the lies that were spilled inside of "The Snitch" to seek the truth in his hair-pulling, gasp-worthy novella.