Tina Beattie is a writer and academic living in London. She is widely published in the fields of theology and gender, religion and women’s rights, and theology and the arts. She writes regularly for the Catholic weekly The Tablet and is a contributor to BBC Radio 4’s ‘Thought for the Day.’
In the small town of Tucker’s Corner, Oregon, a bank manager is killed because he found some information about payoffs from Esteban Fernandez to a very high-level member of the United States Government. The banker had time to mail out three copies of this dangerous information before he died.
He mailed a copy to himself.
He mailed a copy to his ex-wife.
And he mailed a copy to his old friend in the city…a man that has a security company that bears his name.
The banker mailed the information to Jim Dandy Security.
Two of the three recipients of the information are dead, and so is the Tucker’s Corner Postmaster.
Jim quickly finds out that this information is deadly, and he finds that he’s in way over his head. He calls in some favors from his competition.
This time, it isn’t Jim Dandy to the rescue. It’s Justice Security, and the situation has never been deadlier.
When the murder of a pair of fishermen in Jersey, and an inferno in his factory in China fails to stop Soh's relentless efforts to expand, he finally comes to the attention of the British authorities.
Unfortunately, the Soh family has become so entrenched in Hong Kong society that it is beyond a foreign government's power to have Harry Soh arrested for his crimes.
In a desperate effort to have him brought down, the problem passed to the inheritors of Jade Green's fortune. In accepting this challenge The Fund must prove to the world that they are now the force for good that Jade Green envisioned.
Will they be up to the challenge?