I thought this was a pacy, fun thriller. It's more tightly written than its predecessor, Seven Lives, and has a more fulfilling ending - as well as teeing up the next book in the series. While it helps to have read the first book to understand some of the characters and background I don't think it's essential in order to enjoy this novel. The story stands up in its own right even though it's part of a larger story arc. If you haven't read either of these books I'd start here and then go back to Seven Lives if you enjoy this book.
Simon Phillips, author
It’s 1994 A wave of terror attacks begin to happen around the world. The race to find the mastermind and stop them in their tracks is on. Cassie Day’s mission takes her to Marrakech and into the darkness of a cult with a charismatic leader and entanglement with a CIA cell. Never sure who she can trust, she must enlist the help of an old friend in the Metropolitan Police and an FBI agent who may hold the key to understanding the terror campaign. But can anyone trust her? Her anger and violence put her on a path that shocks all those who believe in her.