A fast paced book with a well-developed plot, the story begins in Monte Carlo with Rafeeq Ramsey facing his daughter’s murder and his wife's kidnapping.
He seeks the help of Marwan Accad’s security service company also run by his brother, Ramy Accad.
When evidence is revealed, and developments occur, both brothers suspect that it was a fake kidnapping, staged by Rafeeq's wife.
Rafeeq is then assassinated during a meeting with Marwan who was trying to expose the charade.
Marwan is turned from witness to suspect and now has to flee in order to save his life.
He travels incognito to Casablanca and secretly meets with his long time friend, Kadeen, a Christian convert that, like a modern hospitaller, gives him assistance with physical and spiritual healing.
Afraid of putting his friend and family in danger, our hero departs to Cairo and ends up meeting Dalia to whom he falls in love
With chasers on his tail, he discovers that Kadeem has been murdered and that suspicions have also fallen on his shoulders.
Without any further judgment, Marwan proposes to Dalia and, during a weekend trip together, they run into danger when someone attempts to take their lives. Reacting to the attack, our protagonist ends up killing both assailants.
Marwan has no other option but to tell Dalia the whole story.
Dalia forgives him, and they flee to Jordan so she can have her family’s blessing upon their marriage.
In Jordan, Dalia's father figures out something is wrong and suspects who Marwan is.
Under pressure, Marwan opens up his heart and, after accepting his explanation, Dalia’s father, a pastor, converts our hero to Christianity.
Finally, while traveling to Petra, another murder attempt is orchestrated and the pair escapes only with the help of the Monte Carlo inspector and Marwan's brother.
The mystery is sorted out and the real responsible for the plan is arrested.
This publication is a very crisp work of writing. An easy-to-read book that will grasp your attention all the way through.
It took me around 13 hours to savor it from the first to the last page.
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