He was the last hostage, but no one in the outside world even knew he'd been taken, or by whom. He was last seen in Rome, but his broken body ended up in Beirut. He had been on a mission so explosive that only the President of the United States and his personal security co-ordinator knew of it.
The secret he'd discovered had a price: 150 million dollars, and the lives of everyone who had tried to claim it.
The Envoy is a book in the tradition of George Brown's other bestsellers, Ringmain and The Double Tenth: all the violence of the Middle East is laid bare in a novel that twists and turns to its shocking end.