Suspended FBI agent Paul Taylor has two weeks until his trial. He’ll have to prove he didn’t kill his partner or steal $64 million in diamonds, and that a traitor within the FBI framed him. But there are three huge obstacles: he doesn’t remember the last 48 hours of his undercover mission against the Ndrangheta mafia; there’s no proof a traitor exists; and he’s not entirely sure he didn’t commit those crimes.
His best friend, FBI agent Shelly Evans, is the only one who believes him. After the FBI psychiatrists failed to help Paul, she convinces him that he needs a quiet place to repair his fragmented mind. She gets him a temporary teaching job at the private boarding school her daughter attends while she hunts for the traitor.
As Shelly and Paul race to solve their respective mysteries, the traitor uses lies, deceit, and murder to thwart them and hide his existence. Meanwhile, killers from the Ndrangheta hunt Paul. They’re determined to kill him and everyone he cares about in retribution for Paul killing a member of their family.
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I grew up in a small Inuit town in Northern Alaska. Snow covered the ground all year long. It was a hard life, hunting for food and eating the lichen we found beneath the snow. On Saturdays we corralled man-eating penguins for entertainment, which was the highlight of my week. My family didn’t want me to get an education, preferring that I learn the family trade of Igloo heater repair. But the long winters made me yearn for something more, so I walked five miles uphill both ways to attend the local school. There I met Mr. Akritomayok, who introduced me to books and showed me the importance of an education. During my studies I learned about the wilds of Australia and, upon graduation, I purchased a ticket on the slowest boat. When I reached the land down under, I crossed a rampaging horde of Koala bears barreling toward a kindergarten class. Remembering my experiences with penguins in my youth, I shepherded the vicious creatures back into the forest. The local town was so grateful that they hired me as their official Koala Herder. The job allowed me to pursue my dream of…writing fiction.