It’s always hard to know for sure who is winning in a war, but for Christopher and his allies, they sure don’t see a clear victory coming anytime soon. While Chris and Sofia try to deal with a personal tragedy falling out from the attack on her convoy, Nassir’s enemies make another move on him and his wife—and this time the couple won’t get away so easily. This all began with two dead bodies, but it’s anyone’s guess how many more there will be before everything is finished.
“King’s terse writing captures the volatility and cynical realpolitik of post-invasion Baghdad.” —The Guardian
“...channeling the spirit of classic Vertigo while still delivering something fresh and exciting.” —The A.V. Club