A courier’s commission goes south when he is marked for termination by diabolical forces in this arresting, fast-paced thriller.
Caught between the throes of ghastly machinations, the butchery of betrayal and the blasphemy of love, Seba, the courier, must defy all odds to fulfil his obligation while negotiating survival on a perilous path.
The Glove wants him. The Agent wants him alive. The Senator wants him dead.
A sitting duck in a sea of woes, the courier is at the unfailing mercy of fate. Luck, love and life are at stake. Seba has it all to lose…unless he finds his way out of Hell Road.
Tom Lash Kilo, born Nigerian, expends the bulk of his time promenading along the shores of uncommon predilections. The entirety of his essence demands a trinity of expressions; hence an author, musician and creative mastermind. He is a dauntless contrarian to defy the norm, a timeless thinker to flirt with intellect, and a beau idéal to the gloriole of creativity. To this end, or beginning, Tom Lash Kilo makes his long-awaited literary debut with the avant-garde novel, Hell Road—first at birth of a compelling courier trilogy.
Beneath the water the body sank rapidly. She would lie still and undisturbed for many years but above her on dry land, the nightmare was just beginning.
When Detective Erika Foster receives a tip-off that key evidence for a major narcotics case was stashed in a disused quarry on the outskirts of London, she orders for it to be searched. From the thick sludge the drugs are recovered, but so is the skeleton of a young child.
The remains are quickly identified as seven-year-old Jessica Collins. The missing girl who made headline news twenty-six years ago.
As Erika tries to piece together new evidence with
the old, she must dig deeper and find out more about the fractured Collins family and the original detective, Amanda Baker. A woman plagued by her failure to find Jessica. Erika soon realises this is going to be one of the most complex and demanding cases she has ever taken on.
Is the suspect someone close to home? Someone is keeping secrets. Someone who doesn’t want this case solved. And they’ll do anything to stop Erika from finding the truth.
It’s here, it arrived on Thursday, but I’ve been super lazy and busy. Had no time for blogging, because I have to get serious with my final year project (thesis?) So Fairyloot is super beautiful, with all these awesome goodies inside the box, it’s such a delight. I’m still heartbroken that I didn’t get the September box though, but this one is quite awesome also.