Paul Swift retires and plans a peaceful life in Thailand. No pressure, no faces from the past, and no more snow. Until he recognizes someone. A face that represents unfinished business; a face that brings his time in Germany back to the fore; a face that makes him reconsider retiring to Pattaya.
As he digs deeper, he finds his foes from Germany are back up to their old tricks, and some new ones. It’s time to put a spanner in their works. He calls on old friends to help, and in the course of his self imposed mission, makes new ones.
To understand what happens in Pattaya, you need to understand what happened in Germany almost twenty years earlier. Paul is looking for closure on events in Germany. Can they finally get to the truth that had eluded them? And will closure, if obtained, be what he expects?
Whilst the fictional Pattaya that Robert created in his earlier books may be familiar, Final Closure is about retribution and revenge. It is about Paul’s journey to put demons to rest.