What happens when you’re looking for someone who doesn’t want to be found?
The Blue Flamingo has been sold. It’s not a particularly salubrious place, admittedly, but it makes money and the dancers seem happy enough. Matt is reasonably content working there; as technical advisor, office manager and general dogsbody, he often ends up sorting out boss Christian’s love life as well as running the place. So when Matt finds out what his new boss Carl has in store for the small London club, he’s not at all sure he wants to stay on the payroll. But getting out could be harder than he thinks.
Louise spends her days as a bike courier, searching the capital’s streets for any trace of her younger sister who’s been missing from home for over a year now. She delivers a package to the Blue Flamingo and what she sees on the tv monitor there will change her life forever.
Drawn into something neither of them understand, Matt and Louise enlist the help of Christian’s ex-lover – arcade supremo and teenage runaway Kit. And when Kit disappears, Matt realises that Carl is trying to buy their silence, but it’s going to cost more than either of them could ever imagine.
(work in progress)