Book 8 in the Jonathan Quinn series (2014)
He thought his final assignment would be simple: Transport a package from Japan to Amsterdam. But for Orlando’s mentor, Abraham, the job was not at all like he expected and ended up haunting him.
He was expecting the usual package, stuff it into your coat or backpack and go on your way.
However, he got a package to transport and it was something very unexpected. The package to be transported from Japan to Amsterdam aws a little dark haired girl, around 5 years old. He did his job, took the girl to Amsterdam, but has been haunted by this “job” for the rest of his life.
Seven years later, Quinn and Orlando know something is up when Abraham asks for a favor. At his age, he should be sitting on a beach, enjoying his retirement, not working. After he tells them of his search for the last package he ever delivered, they help him unravel the truth, but soon realize they can’t simply look for answers.
They must also protect the package, no matter the cost. They just need to find it first.