A terrifying secret. A missing girl.
As dawn breaks on a snowy February morning, a refrigerated lorry is found parked in the heart of London's Chinatown. Inside twelve women are discovered - all dead from hypothermia.
But when DC Max Wolfe looks in the cab of truck, he finds thirteen passports.
One woman has survived. Where is she? And what sort of danger is she in?
The hunt for her will take Max into the dark heart of a terrifying world where nothing and nobody is safe ...
Parsons is superb. He produces a riveting story from an unedifying subject which grips from start to finish. It horrifies, informs and thrills , and you cannot turn away until the very last page. Now that’s how a book should be
Parsons handcuffs you from the first page... written with a winning combination of horror and compassion - this is one Wolfe that really bites
Die Last [is] a fast-paced, cunningly plotted story about human smuggling and sex trafficking, written with headline-ripping immediacy
Fast-paced and darkly witty… Gripping Stuff
It was totally gripping and the pages slipped away
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