The explosive follow up to BLOOD FEUD. Kerry Casey has fought her way to the top of the Glasgow crime scene. But can she stay there?
'MARTINA COLE FANS WILL LOVE THIS FAST-PACED THRILLER' SUNDAY MIRROR
Gangster Kerry Casey has fought her way to the top of the Glasgow crime scene. But can she stay there?
Kerry Casey is now a fully-fledged gangland boss. With her business partner Sharon and her wily lawyer Marty at her side, she is busy ridding her organisation of the drug-dealing, people-trafficking scum her dead brother Mickey got them involved with. But her great dream is still to take the Caseys straight.
Her plan to turn her organisation around hinges on building a property empire in Spain. But Kerry has some deadly rivals - in Glasgow, on the Costa del Sol, and even further afield. They will never believe she has what it takes to defend her turf, and they won't rest until the Caseys are destroyed.
When her enemies strike at the heart of the Casey family, Kerry must prepare for the fight of her life - for her business, her friends and her own survival.
'Gritty and hard-edged, it's not for the faint-hearted' SUNDAY MIRROR
Martina Cole fans will love this fast-paced thriller that smacks you right between the eyes - Sunday Mirror
Chilling and compelling
Anna Smith is the real deal . . . captivating . . . drags the reader along at breakneck speed - Daily Express
Smith develops this multi-stranded story at a furious pace, with no spare words and no fillers . . . But it is the author's journalistic ability, her eye for observing and recording even the most horrific or depressing detail that makes this such a great read - Crime Review
Provocative, shocking and utterly harrowing. Grips like a vice - Daily Record
Anna Smith is a journalist working on the Daily Record. She is the only female Chief Reporter of any national newspaper in the UK. Most of her stories come from trouble spots and she has reported from N.Ireland, Africa, Romania and the Gulf. She is single and lives in Lanarkshire, although she also has a house in Ireland.