Meet Leo Sully-Darmon, a hot-shot photogenic criminal defense attorney who takes on cases nobody else will touch. Leo loves a good cause just as much as he loves a good photo-op, and he happens to excel at both. But when he agrees to represent a woman accused of crimes against humanity during her former life as an officer in an Iraqi detention camp, he may have bitten off more than he can chew, as antagonistic forces conspire to cast doubt on his client's innocence and start digging up dirt on his own life... complete with dark secrets from both the past and the present.
Celebrity lawyer Leo Sully-Darmon must return to Iraq to prove the innocence of his client, a woman accused of crimes against humanity, despite having increasing doubts himself about her role in these events. While there, he finds shocking evidence of a massive coverup and, under pressure from all sides, is compelled to reveal secrets from his own dark past.
The stakes rise for hot-shot criminal defense attorney Leo Sully-Darmon and his client, an Iraqi woman accused of crimes against humanity, when "LSD" decides to go after the real culprit, a French industrial group that illegally manufactured chemical weapons during the Gulf War. Will he find the evidence he needs to take down Big Business while keeping himself and his client out of harm's way? Meanwhile, the press isn't far behind, including one particularly nosy reporter with some dirt on Leo's past... The thrilling conclusion to the three-part series.
If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find him, Max Ferlane is your man: a good man with skills a bad past has left him. Now he's trying to leave that bad life behind, put those skills to good use. He's in the Congo rescuing a young girl from an arranged marriage when an old employer turns up: the Babylon Agency, specializing in high-profile political exfiltrations. Max is forced into a different, far more dangerous mission that will take him deep into warring jungles and his own past mistakes. For Max's PTSD hallucinations are only getting worse...