Published by Urbane Publications on October 4, 2018
When a step out of line means a fight to the death... London 1967 A working girl is brutally murdered in a Soho club. Rina Walker takes out the killer and attracts the attention of a sinister line-up of gangland enforcers with a great deal to prove. When a member of British Military Intelligence becomes aware of her failure to fulfill a contract issued by an inmate of Broadmoor, he forces her into the deadly arena of the Cold War, with orders to kill an enemy agent. Rina needs to call upon all her dark skills, not simply to survive, but to protect the ones she loves.
Really excited to be part of this blog tour! I will admit I have not had the pleasure of reading any of Mr Fraser books YET, but I could not say no to Captain Hastings! So thank you for having me!
A bloke at the next table looks our way and when Fenton turns to him, I whip out the duster and give him a straight right to his temple. As he falls backwards and hits the floor, I knock the table out of the way and stamp on his bollocks. When he shouts and rears up, I kick him under the jaw, make a run for the door and leg it up Wardour Street wondering how Fenton got to know about me doing Charlie Hobson months ago. After weaving in and out of the evening crowd, I duck into a doorway and look back towards the pub. I can’t see anyone after me, so I hail a cab and get in. I reckon I won’t go home in case any of Fenton’s firm
As we go past the pub, I see Fenton being carried to a car. He looks like he’s out cold. As we drive round Soho Square I’m looking forward to seeing Lizzie. An ambulance roars past and it reminds me of the night I found her and took her to hospital after she’d been beaten up by a mad punter who was into some weird stuff. When she came out I managed to persuade her to give up whoring and