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To find her, a desperate intelligence community turns to Tyrell Hawthorne. Hawthorne was a naval intelligence officer - one of the best - until the rain-swept night in Amsterdam when he learned that his wife had been murdered, a victim of the games spies play. Since then, Hawthorne has carved out a new life, sailing charters in the islands. But he's never forgotten the unanswered questions he left behind in Amsterdam. Now Hawthorne is about to be drawn into the deadliest game of all, as a large transfer of black funds makes its way from Bahrain to an offshore bank...a mysterious woman embarks from Marseilles on a mission of violence and mayhem...and a clandestine network of wealthy, well-placed men and women - the Scorpios - move behind the scenes in the nation's capital to do Bajaratt's bidding and to consolidate their own power. The key to this chilling conspiracy waits on one of the Caribbean's hundreds of uncharted islands.
No one knows these deceptive waters better than Tye Hawthorne. No one - except the brilliant, lethal Bajaratt herself - has mastered the moves of the hunt more cunningly than he. No one else can stop her. Racing from a millionaire recluse's island fortress to the social whirl of Palm Beach, from lush Virginia estates to the Oval Office itself, with the lightning-swift pace and tightly woven plotting of such number-one New York Times bestsellers as The Icarus Agenda and The Bourne Ultimatum, The Scorpio Illusion is vintage Robert Ludlum - a high-voltage tale of intrigue that hurtles the reader forward from the first breathtaking page to the stunning, explosive conclusion.