Shingen Kitamura, a clever and prominent Japanese cabinet minister, is suspected by New Scotland Yard of knifing a Swedish girl to death in London's opulent West End. Kitamura leaves London for Tokyo soon after the girl's murder and James Steiner, a highly-ranked martial arts exponent, is sent to bring him in. Andrew Rohm, a friend of Kitamura's and doing life for the murder of four South African government ministers, escapes from Pollsmoor high-security prison near Cape Town and flees to London. He is seen by Steiner's girlfriend and Steiner was the one responsible for Rohm being jailed. Brian Reeve uses his extensive experience in martial arts and Japanese culture to paint a powerfully descriptive narrative, instinctively penetrating the dark mind. Other books published by the author include: A Dangerous Game (2005) Dark Intent (2008) Deadly Instinct (2009) The Scorpions' Tail (2010) Zen Mind, No Mind (2011)
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