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Happily settled in Florida, Sonja believes she’s finally escaped the trap set by unscrupulous drug lords. But when her son, Tomas, is taken, she’s back to square one...and Iceland. Her lover, Agla, is awaiting sentencing for financial misconduct after the banking crash, and Sonja refuses to see her. And that’s not all...Agla owes money to some extremely powerful men, and they’ll stop at nothing to get it back. 

With her former nemesis, customs officer Bragi, on her side, Sonja puts her own plan into motion to bring down the drug barons and her scheming ex-husband and get Tomas back safely. But things aren’t as straightforward as they seem, and Sonja finds herself caught in the centre of a trap that will put all of their lives at risk....

©2018 Lilja Sigurdardottir (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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Exciting, clever, well written sequel

The is book 2 of a trilogy. Definitely read book one first! I love this series, I found this for the sympathetic Lesbian representation, but as a thriller it's as good as the best and better than most IMHO. I was kept guessing and the plot is complex enough to be interesting but not too silly. I loved the insight into Iceland life, their banking collapse and how that affected everyone. The two main female characters were believable and though certainly flawed, were likable and easy to route for, despite their dubious choices sometimes. The translation of this was also very good. Sometimes these Scandinavian books have grating translations, which jar, but I was surprised to hear it was not written in English... So, kudos the translator! The reader is also excellent... No idea how good her pronunciation of Icelandic words was, but she sounded like she'd done some research... Generally excellent! Onto book three!