A man thinks he saw a long-dead friend of old times at the airport. This puts him somehow on the plot of a major but not so
straightforward terror attack in the making. So one proponent is a teacher, the other a super-terrorist-for-hire.
While the main figures fail to get my full attention, some others are rather interesting. Overall the setting promised more
than the rest of the book could provide. Plus I did not like the language, which was sprinkled with Scottish accent -- which
simply does not resonate with me. I still finished it, but nevertheless removed another book by the same author from my reading