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Summary

'Tell Mum I miss her.'

Bodyguard Sam Wylde has had her British licence revoked. She is now operating in Europe, running security on a swanky motor yacht during the Historic Grand Prix race. And at the same time she trawls for news of her ex-husband and daughter.

In fact, the owner of the boat is bankrupt and the bank wants the multimillion-dollar vessel back. Sam is in the middle of a very dangerous situation that is rapidly escalating out of control.

Alongside her partner Konrad, Wylde has to fight enemies on all fronts. But will they even find themselves on opposite sides when it comes to the final showdown?

Nobody gets hurt. If only that were true.

©2018 RJ Bailey (P)2018 Simon & Schuster Audio UK

Critic reviews

Praise for RJ Bailey: "I loved Safe from Harm, a thriller that had me in a choke-hold from its great opening line to the white-knuckle climax. Sam Wylde is a hero for our times." (Tony Parsons, author of The Murder Bag)
"Claustrophobic, compelling and completely gripping." (Robert Elms)
"A heroine with an attractive combination of domestic angst, kick-ass action and distinctly unladylike vocabulary. Pulse-quickening fun." (The Sunday Times 'Star Pick')

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Took a chance in this book and loved it

Took a chance in this book and loved it. Exciting and a great listen. Wish it had been longer.

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  • Ann D
  • Newcastle, England
  • 22-01-18

Great new series. Looking forward to number three

I love the character of Sam Wylde. This is the second book in the series. RJ Bailey is doing a great job. The characters are richly drawn. There is lots of action that is exciting and plausible. Imogen Church provides perfect narration. I will be awaiting the third in the series with baited breath.

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A breath of Fresh air

RJ Bailey has me hooked. A welcome change un Thais normally male dominantes gendre. I’ll ne following closely!

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  • Laney
  • Sowerby Bridge, United Kingdom
  • 11-03-18

Wanted to like it more.

The only thing that stops this book being enjoyable for me is Imogen Church's narration. Most of the time she's fine - good, even - but when she has to perform a male in power it reminds me of nothing more than a small child trying to mimic a pompous adult. She puts on a ridiculous voice and tends to...speak...very...slowly. Pity.

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