|Pages/Publication Date:||416 / 2019|
In this early Peter May novel, Scottish journalist Neil Bannerman finds another journalist and a British Cabinet minister dead in a Brussels townhouse. The only witness was the journalist's autistic daughter Tania, hidden in a closet during the killings. When she draws a chilling picture of a third party—a man with no face—Bannerman finds himself a reluctant participant in a politically fraught murder investigation. Bannerman begins to feel a growing concern for the lonely and frightened Tania, even as he becomes entangled in a vicious conspiracy.