The second book in The Hudud Trilogy. Lachlan MacIntyre has been imprisoned and the girls are recovering from their ordeal, but somebody is hacking cars to kill off those that gave testimony in the court case against MacIntyre. As the investigation takes place, the girls are provided with round the clock protection, but one girl is missing. Could her past life, on the run from war-torn Afghanistan, provide clues to where she is now?Shea#39;d slowed herself to get onto the slipway but once on it, the car just did not seem to want to speed up. The national ... It was not until she found herself in an area with works going on and the speed limit was lowered to 50 that the full extent of her problem became clear. ... Miraculously the driver was unharmed, a tourist driving a Corsa. In Britain ... She looked forward and hit the hazard indicators.
|Title||:||Jihad and Unheard|
|Author||:||A. P. Barratt|
|Publisher||:||A. P. Barratt -|