The eccentric old Englishman was shot to death-one bullet to the forehead. That much was clear. What isn’t clear was why. The local police chief in Kampala said it was an accident-something to do with trespassing. But American Intelligence Agent Dan Becker knows he’s lying. Becker thought this would be a simple case to solve-in and out-and then he’d be on his way, back to his tropical vacation, casting his fly line and drinking beer. Not so. Especially when a dead CIA agent turns up the next day-killed the same way. Everything quickly unravels when Becker and his team use the cryptic clues left behind by the deceased and discover a heavily guarded mountain, deep in the lush Ugandan countryside, surrounded by coffee fields and patrolled by a very paranoid American company. Becker quickly realizes this has nothing to do with a murder, but a closely-guarded secret that has been dormant for decades and leads directly to the top offices of the British government.
A. K. Goode was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. She attended St. Anne’s-Belfield High School in Charlottesville, Virginia before continuing her education at Pine Manor College in Boston, Massachusetts. Goode graduated with a B.A., in Communications with a focus on film and television. An avid fan of espionage and thrillers, this is Goode’s first novel. She lives in Virginia.
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