Laura was a child, a six year old, little girl.
She had no idea why she’d been taken from her mummy, or where she was going.
Her new friend was nice enough, but Laura really missed her home.
Luckily, she was too young to realise exactly what was about to happen to her.
Her mother was distraught. Being told that you will never see your daughter again is unimaginable. That’s not something you can ever recover from.
This is a novel in the acclaimed Hedge & Cole thriller series.
Cole is a tough, ex-military man. He’s the sort of person that trouble and danger seem to follow.
Hedge is a reluctant hero. Plagued with anxieties and haunted by flashbacks, he is not what you might be expecting.
It’s going to be their toughest assignment yet, but getting anything close to a good outcome just doesn’t seem very likely.
This is not one for the faint-hearted!
Kevin Bradley once again shows how to mix fast paced action, with suspense and intrigue. This novel will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
This book would sit well alongside your Lee Child and Michael Connelly favourites!
What people are saying about The Cuba Cage.
“I’ve read all of the books in the Hedge & Cole series now. This is the best! I’m not sure how you follow this one?”
“What a stunning book. I can’t decide whether it reminds me of Jack Higgins, Mark Dawson or Stephen Leather. Probably a combination of all three I guess.”
“This is quite a shocking book, and not for the faint-hearted. The story line covers a difficult subject. We all know that child trafficking is a wicked thing, but after reading this, you’ll realise that it’s much worse than that. Strong praise is due for not avoiding a terrible topic.”
“I can definitely recommend this book. It’s well written and will keep you gripped from start to finish. Don’t expect to put it down until you reach the last page.”
“What I like about this author is the fast pace and the gripping storyline. The two main characters interact well. I’m a real fan of Hedge and Cole.”
“As with other books by this author, there’s a touch of Lee Child about this.”