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Sherman Safel is an ageing MI6 field operative whose proficiency of espionage and cold-blooded murder has more than taken its toll on his conscience. But in a world where global privatization is almost absolute: this old dog must put aside his emotions and screw on his silencer as the world enters its darkest era yet. But what happens when business becomes personal? Prepare to delve into the complex and disciplined mind of an expert spymaster with an undying sense of patriotism that has cost him the lives of everyone and everything he has never loved. Why does he soldier on, serving a country which betrays him on a regular basis? Because if he didn't, the world would implode in the tide wave of corruption, violence and terror that threatens all borders and societies. He's among the elite few that protects our world, from the shadows of the intelligence community - how much more sorrow can his heart bare? "It was extremely rare for Sherman to open up to anyone like that, even his own children; his training had taught him to contain his emotions – like an empty shell. Sherman was experiencing enough regret and sorrow at any given time to break the minds of forty men; but he soldiered on regardless because he wouldn’t be able to protect British lives if he was locked up in a strait jacket with psychiatrists poking and probing him. And he didn’t have authorization to shoot himself. His patriotism was all that was stopping him from giving in and having a nervous breakdown; it helped him stuff all his regrets, memories and emotions into a safe and lock it up. He was a man with a lot on his mind, and on his heart. Now the safe was fit to burst."