Return to Darkness

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2012-04-04
  • Publisher: Textstream
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2006 proves to be a deadly year for journalists and dissenters in the Russian Federation. Hard-hitting investigative reporter Mara Belovskaya was shot and killed in the lobby of her apartment building. Her friend, Russian defector Karol Malenkov, was poisoned in a London sushi bar while investigating her murder. Evidence points to the Russian government. Mara has left behind a computer disk containing damaging information for Russia. When a list of double agents also surfaces, the FBI hires Private Investigator, Matt Dawson to find and retrieve the computer disk and the list before they fall into the wrong hands. There are very powerful people with dubious motives who also want to take possession of the CD and the list. Unfortunately, they all know that the only person standing in their way is Matt Dawson. Return to Darkness, is the third book in the Matt Dawson series about a disbarred lawyer turned private investigator, whose exciting adventures take him to exotic, far-away places.


Thursday, December 7, 2006 Moscow, Russian Federation A Deserted Boathouse A block from the Katerina City Hotel 8:25 a.m. MSK Matt Dawson glanced around. Satisfied that they had securely bound him, the men who held him prisoner had foolishly laid his pistols in a corner of the room. That had been a mistake. Moving as quietly as he could, he tiptoed to the corner. He had to hurry! At any moment the men in the other room might return. Removing the Glock 29 from its holster, he walked to the door and pressed his ear against it. He could hear men's voices in the other room, but he did not recognize the language they were speaking. Calm down, Matt. You need a plan. The men on the other side of that door stood between him and his freedom. He would have to get past them to reach the street. What was he supposed to do? Should he throw open the door and start blazing away? He didn't like killing, although he had done it before in the white heat of battle, when it was either kill or be killed. In those times, it was self-defense. Would this be self-defense? Yes, but was there any other way to get out of this situation? He could see none—not if he wanted to go on living. God, I could use some help here—if you're not too busy? Taking a deep breath, he jacked a round into the Glock's chamber and reached for the door knob.

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