Mike Grainger thought he was through with killing and death, and all he wanted now was to be left alone in peace and to forget the past, finding a quiet place, high in the Rocky Mountains where he could live his life with his new found love. Maybe now he could put the ghost that haunted him to rest. Here, death and destruction were forces of nature, something he understood, and respected, yet even as he watched a storms moving across the mountains another storm swept towards him, one that had nothing to do with the weather. To Roland Hawkins’, his world revolved around money and power, and gaining a fortune that nothing could destroy. To him, disposing of people who stood in his way meant nothing. Now he wanted revenge on the man who’d destroyed his world and put him in prison. To do that and inflict as much pain and misery on him, he has Mike Grainger’s newly discovered daughter kidnapped and sold into slavery. Bribery, extortion, and murder were tools to Roland Hawkins and used to justify his ambition. Mike Grainger used death and destruction as a tool to recover what was his. To him, life and death were meaningless, his own included. This time he has to fight the desert heat, sand and an Arab army all intent of killing him and preventing him rescuing his long lost daughter.