'Underwood's novels are insidiously hard to put down' Independent
'Roger waited but nothing further came. Dayne's expression, however, told its story. A story of fear and cunning . . .'
Tony Dayne's predicament presents a problem. The English police had promised him escape and immunity for feeding them all he knew about his partners in an international counterfeiting ring.
But an accident and an over-zealous policeman gets Tony pulled during the raid. The best the police can do for him is appoint a young lawyer, Roger Elwin, who does some detecting that takes him as far afield as Vienna and the violent end of yet another conspirator.