Steven Penhaligan thirty-five is the heir to The Penhaligan Foundation fortune. The Penhaligan Foundation is a pharmaceutical company. Although he is from an extremely wealthy family, Steven has decided to live an everyday normal life, working as a journalist on a paper, using the name Mark Andrew. Steven uses a different identity not because he is ashamed of whom he really is, but because his father is not happy with him working as a journalist even though he is a very successful journalist and writer too. Steven enjoys his life and prefers to be called Mark as that is what most people know him as.
Steven/Mark's relationship with his father is to be tested even further, when a woman contacts the paper claiming that her husband's death was caused by a drug called Hypernutrale that is produced by his father's company. The drug was what her husband had been taking for medication to help with a condition he had called Viral Muscular Trauma. When he finds out that his father's company have recently withdrawn the drug. Steven decides to find out the truth and investigate, not knowing that he is putting his own life in danger and that he could destroy his father's company.
This book is a really great read, a thriller, mystery and adventure of a story that keeps you in suspense. Family loyalty is really tested to the limits in this story. I was really intrigued by the story and I could not put it down. The book is a really well told story and an excellent storyline that keeps the reader interested from beginning to end. This is the second book I have read by the author Kristen Stone both books have been brilliant reads and I look forward to reading more books by this author.