Dropping to his knees, he raised his eyes upwards and offered a silent prayer to a God he didn't believe in and pleaded that his wife and son would be watched over after he was gone. He then placed the warm barrel of the SIG to his forehead and squeezed the trigger for the last time. Praise for SHADOW LINE: 'Excellent. Really enjoyed this book. There were twists and turns and a few shocks along the way. Reading is a must if you like crime and adventure.' (Walter Kemp) 'A cracking read and couldn't put it down. The plot kept me in suspense and I could see it making a good TV series.' (J Brooks) 'Wow! This is a great follow-on story from the trilogy, and well written.' (Sheenah Edmonds) THURSDAY NIGHT The pilot of a routine flight from Paris deliberately crash-lands the plane at Southampton airport. Miraculously, there are fatalities, but who is the man in the Panama hat risking his life to save all on board and who is the mystery eighty-third passenger? FRIDAY MORNING An insurance broker carrying an automatic gun opens fire on his colleagues before turning the gun on himself. What motivated him to take such drastic measures and where did he get the weapon? SATURDAY MORNING A student enters the West Quay shopping centre with a bomb strapped to his chest. He takes control of the complex and begins to preach from the Qur'an. Why is he bringing his terrorist act to Southampton and why did he choose today? IN THE SHADOWS Charged with leading the three investigations, D.I. Jack Vincent is under ermous pressure to deliver results. The last thing he needs is the Security Services poking around. With three seemingly unrelated cases occupying his time, this really will be the toughest week of Jack Vincent's life. SHADOW LINE Murder, espionage, suspense, terrorism and a face from the past... Shadow Line is the thrilling follow-up to Redemption and Integration. Shadow Line is book three in the Mark Baines trilogy.