Scoundrels. Heroes. Hijinks.
Sir Hugh Brocklesby, distinguished Knight of the Crown, leaned forward. “Just as there’s a hierarchy in life, there’s one in the food chain. Big fish eat little fish, Lord Barry. In order to devour a big fish, all you need is a bigger one. As it happens, I believe I know precisely where to go fishing.”
Charles Carrows, with his breathtaking love Angelica Renner, now resides in the Mayfair District of London, where he is working to make his newest casino a success. But trouble comes calling when he receives an unorthodox proposition from Scotland Yard. In a reversal of roles, it’s the Carrows turn to be facing an offer they cannot refuse.
The Queen of England needs a favor. A beloved member of the royal family is being blackmailed. Will the Carrows help? Perhaps. But what’s in it for them? The problem is, Scotland Yard isn’t really asking.
So begins the campaign against Gianluigi Rimini Rossini, a sinister man with a social Ponzi scheme, threatening to expose the monarchy to vicious scandal. The Carrows family—always careful—vet their latest target only to discover that Gianluigi belongs to an Italian family with connections to a town crawling with neo-Nazis. The sting operation just went to a whole new level. A bigger fish then? Charles knows where to go fishing too.
Join the Carrows as their family saga continues, their campaign endeavors resume, and they manage the villains. One yummy fish at a time.