A year after being medevacked from the disintegrating Yugoslavia, U.N. spy Mai Fisher is back for a new mission: investigating sniper activity in Sarajevo. Despite her reluctance to be there, she does her job gathering forensic data to prove who is behind the sniper killings.
On a cold morning, she finds herself at the spot in Sniper Alley where, the day before, someone shot a young mother on her way to buy milk for her children. With the help of freelance reporter Zachary Holbrook, Mai finds the proof she needs, but she also feels the pull of justice, not only for this mother but also for what Mai lost the year before.
Pushing the limits of safety, Mai and Zachary search for the sniper’s nest, hoping for a clue to the shooter’s identity. Mai’s partner–and husband–Alexei Bukharin watches their quest and ponders whether the Balkans have given Mai a death wish.
When Mai’s focus on her mission costs a life, her desire for justice is strengthened, but Alexei understands here in the Balkans sometimes vengeance is the only option.
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