Summary

Jacob Underwood is not like other people.
He has Cotard's syndrome. He believes he is dead. Which makes his job as a hired assassin neutralising 'problems' for DBG, a massive multinational corporation, very simple. He carries out the task - and feels nothing.
Now DBG has such a problem. A key employee, Emily Buchanan, has disappeared, taking with her a fortune and priceless information which could destroy the company. Jacob must track her down. In previous assignments, he had worked with cold, logical precision, but this time he has to confront a threat that he first must understand before it destroys him....
©2016 John Twelve Hawks (P)2016 Random House AudioBooks
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By Amazon Customer on 08-06-17

I love traveler series but don't get this book based on that.

I loved the traveler series. They are some of my favourite books ever. In contrast this was really disappointing.

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