If someone intends to kill you, they'll probably succeed.
Notorious Australian assassin, Stonefish, and his squad of ex-military officers, take on the most difficult assignments, the hardest men, and they guarantee success in exchange for rich rewards.
Lobo, a lone hit man, is fixated on killing Stonefish to enhance his own reputation. Masquerading as an informer to Washington-based Inspector Patterson, Lobo draws on the vast resources of Interpol to hunt his prey.
Meanwhile, high up in the US Government, someone wants Stonefish to do their dirty work, and they won't take 'no' for an answer.
Betrayed, coerced and cornered, the assassins find themselves fighting for their own survival.
Though an arc runs through the novel, each of the chapters posted here, after reading the first, can be read as virtually stand-alone. So, if you venture further than 1, here's a rough guide: 2 Australia - boats, surf and cruelty, 3 Africa - politics, business, and spot the clues, 4 the Baltic - gangsters and a grain of kindness, 5 America - art, wealth and envy, 6 Glasgow - some humour, 7 Alabama - explosive emotions.
Complete @ 87,000 words