A daring thriller that breaks the shackles of fiction.
“Something’s not right. Something here doesn’t add up,” the police chief in charge of the case said, pointing to one of the bodies in the photo, its face maimed by a bullet.
The body of Cosme Damián, media magnate and director of the influential Daily, is found in a hotel in Amsterdam the night before a meeting of the elite Bilderberg Group, which he was meant to attend.
The intrigue unfolds in stages that take the reader to private meetings of the Bilderberg Group in the days before the war in Iraq; in Paris, in the secret world of art trafficking; in Berlin, when the Stasi, the dreaded East German secret police, were still in action under communism; in Gibraltar, haven of shady dealings and refuge for spies.