The foreign secretary is being held under the Terrorism Act. He will answer the police’s questions on one condition – they let him speak to Dr Augusta Bloom.
He asks Bloom to track down his niece, Scarlett, who hasn’t spoken to her family in ten years. The last they heard, Scarlett was getting involved with Artemis – an organisation dedicated to women’s rights and the feminist movement, led by the charismatic Paula Kunis.
But as Bloom learns more about Artemis, she’s torn. Is this organisation everything it claims to be, or do they have a secret side and an alternative agenda? And if so, what has become of Scarlett?
The only way to find out for sure is for Bloom to go undercover. But will she make it out safely – or will she become the next Artemis woman to disappear?
Firstly I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for my copy of the Ebook in exchange for my honest review.
This was yet another cracking read from the author. I just absolutely love the Bloom series – she is such an incredible and intelligent woman it is so hard not be in awe of her.
However, this time someone stole the show for me and I’m actually quite embarrassed to admit that I kind of started enjoying Seraphine Walker in this book. She is equally as intelligent but knows how to get the job at hand done.
This book definitely had me sat on the edge of my seat, just when you thought things couldn’t get much worse. THEY DID!! just when you thought it was over, the end … whoever needed to be caught was caught, killed was killed!! Then BAM!! The author throws in a curve ball that you really was t expecting.
Another fantastic read and I can not wait to see what comes next for Bloom and Jamieson.