A fast paced contemporary eco-thriller with guts, written by a real life undercover sleuth. Author Dave Currey, as front man for TV's award-winning Animal Detectives has spent 25 years leading undercover teams that "seem to live their lives on the pages of a crime novel" says The Face. Four severed limbs delivered to separate addresses in Borneo: a warning from the billion dollar timber Mafia. Two young men kidnapped while swimming naked in the dense Borneo jungle. Left for dead, Englishman Matt and local Dayak guide Koto, stripped of everything, draw on their vastly different experiences and instincts to survive the dangers of the wild - home to giant crocodiles, endangered orang-utans - and trillions of mosquitoes. Forest Minister Probo, surviving an assassination attempt, sets out to break the timber Mafia's corrupt stranglehold on his country. Murder, politics, Islamic extremism and the world's press mercilessly add frightening layers to this breathless adventure - the terrible consequences of our demand for tropical wood. "Dave Currey's work concerns life and death, including his own" - Sunday Mirror Magazine. "An exciting and thought provoking sexy thriller ... Nature vs man's greed brought home by Currey who has lived the danger" Rula Lenska, actress and conservationist.