Sofia Mounir’s world is not her own. Her mother is sick, her father broken, the London they live in dying of greed and self-obsession. 

So she flees, to Raqqa: heart of the caliphate, foundation stone of a just world that she will help to build. From violence and sacrifice will grow something beautiful, and she will be part of it. Her faith will be equal to everything asked of her. 


Until it isn’t. Until it’s clear that not all her new brothers and sisters want the same thing. Until even her faith becomes a liability.


Where do you turn, when the future you’ve longed for wants you dead?


Praise for Morgan Jones

Jones is in complete control with his third novel...Suspenseful from start to finish, Jones' third spy thriller is a flawless piece of storytelling.

Kirkus, Starred review

As much Raymond Chandler as John le Carré; as much The Big Sleep as The Spy Who Came in From the Cold

The Observer

An absolutely terrific novel…beautifully written, clean and terse, but you won’t notice because you’ll be reading just as fast as you can.

Alan Furst


For over a decade Morgan Jones worked for the world's largest investigations company. The Good Sister is his fourth novel; An Agent of Deceit, The Jackal's Share and The Searcher were published under the name Chris Morgan Jones.


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