Is Remus Carey still alive – or is it an elaborate trap?

Two years after his disappearance, agents at Interpol’s global headquarters intercept a message bearing Remus Carey’s codename. Christine Le Page is dispatched to find out whether he survived the events that led to his disappearance, and heads off on a race across Europe… at precisely the moment she’s most needed at home.

For while Christine’s past actions look set to put her in jeopardy, someone elsewhere on Guernsey is faced with the repercussions of a far more grievous transgression.

A fearsome storm has cracked open St Peter Port harbour, and exposed within its breakwater a body dressed in a Nazi uniform. While Ollie fights to be first to report who the body belonged to and how he died…

…the person who put it there is determined to do everything possible to make sure the story is never told.

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