Two British filmmakers are drown into a murderous conspiracy involving a provocative pop singer
British filmmakers Amy Wilde and Jon Curtis are working on a documentary film about Electra, a celebrity singer and pop icon, famous for her oppositional political views. They will soon discover they’ve chosen the wrong singer at the wrong time. As Electra’s subversive opinions are becoming more and more popular with the masses, powerful figures move out to get her. A secret group of politicians and businessmen called the Brandenburg Sect is determined to silence Electra by taking her out of the game. They have their ways of getting what they want.
Rumor, plot and conspiracy are weaved into a breathtaking novel that will capture you from the very first page.
The Brandenburg Sect uses convicted murderers and terrorists as their hired gunmen, and the assassins are triggered by queues set in Electra’s musical tracks. Electra is close to discovering this, when she dies in a London tunnel fiery crash, while being chased by paparazzi. Digging and uncovering the truth behind her death, Amy and Jon are soon marked and targeted by security services, their bank accounts frozen and their identities stolen. In a race against the clock, they must make the truth public, before they too are eliminated.