New York Times bestselling author David Lindsey returns with the gripping story of a man forced to give up everything he's worked for his entire life--or face the horrifying consequences. Titus Cain, a highly successful businessman with a rock-solid marriage and a loving circle of friends, is being kidnapped. But this is no ordinary abduction. Cain will not be bound, gagged, and carried away to a deserted cabin. He will live his life as usual: kiss his wife, go to work--and slowly, carefully, make a series of "unfortunate investments" totalling 64 million dollars. But if he refuses to cooperate, tells anyone, or attempts to get help, the price will be much higher. Any transgression from his kidnapper's orders will trigger a death--one by one, Cain's family and friends will be murdered in a seemingly accidental, yet agonizingly slow manner. For Cain's abductor is a criminal whose greed is exceeded only by his sadism--and Cain, terrified and desperate, but unwilling to give up his family and his life, will soon understand his kidnapper's talent for atrocity.
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