Book 3 in the Woot TV series, (2018)
Publisher: Orson Whitney Press
Investigative journalist Meredith Montgomery receives an anonymous telephone call informing her that Bosnian Serb terrorist Zoran Duric is alive and walking the streets of downtown Chicago. The caller tells her it is her duty to use her investigative skills to expose him and bring him to justice for war crimes. The FBI is not interested in the caller’s “unconfirmed sighting” of a man whose crimes were committed twenty-five years ago. The caller insists that the man is planning to terrorize the Muslims he hates who are pouring into America.
Though Meredith is still vulnerable from a traumatic stay in the Middle East where she became very ill and her fiancé was killed, she is drawn into this potential story. Working with her is Aubrey Kettering, an inscrutable research analyst.
Their investigation takes them on a wild ride into the life and mind of Zoran Duric.
While visiting Sarajevo, Bosnia, they barely escape with their lives, but their peril is only beginning. As they peel back the layers of the story, they are drawn closer together and Meredith finds that her heart is healing. Aubrey faces the fact that he might be falling in love. But will this fledgling relationship survive the danger they find themselves in?