In a second, he’s gone. Kidnapped by the deadliest gang in Mexico City. Fernando’s life now lays solely his father’s hand. Problem is, his father doesn't want to pay up.
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Miguel is Fernando’s older brother. He wants his baby brother back, and with help from only his girlfriend Tania he is left to chase the leads and find his brother’s kidnappers—before they put a bullet in his head.
As the body count rises and the hours tick by, one question remains: Why?
Why won’t his father pay up? Why kidnap Fernando? Why does a member of the police know the name of the kidnappers? Why does the ransom letter arrive without the dozens of bodyguards spotting the writer? Why do the kidnappers know Miguel’s every move?