Following the case he believed would be his last, private investigator Adam Park is simply a guy trying to get home. But the vicious criminal who shaped Adam's life for the past couple of years demands a final assignment from him: solve the case of a serial arsonist, and Adam is free of any obligation.
Arriving in Amsterdam, Adam meets with Sophie Remick, who originally investigating a hotel fire that killed the son of a prominent US mobster, a fire she has always wanted to look deeper into. Adam's presence gives her a chance at proving her theory.
And as the pair open new avenues, a sadistic killer tries to scare them off, and Adam and Sophie are propelled into a world of former-IRA smugglers and Russian mafia, punctuated by manipulative federal agents. It is a world they must learn to navigate swiftly if they are to survive.
This all new Adam Park thriller sees the troubled private detective face organised crime families, a serial killer driven by vengeance and fury, and an FBI agent who will not compromise with any of them.
If you love tough detectives, serial killer thrillers, and flawed characters trying their best to do the right thing, pick up Master the Flame today.
Adam Park series does not need to be read in sequence but readers will find it more rewarding in this order:
The Dead and the Missing
A Desperate Paradise
The Shadows of Empty Men
Night at the George Washington Diner (novella)
Master the Flame
All Adam Park thrillers contain violence and frequent bad language.