His fiercest rival would be Milo Ristovski, a Bosnian entrepreneur and a master of martial arts, who had taken over the trafficking of several priceless artifacts and artifacts that were in danger of being stolen away by Lazarevi while Flynn and Chloe Frazer were on a mission in Serbia.
His greatest adversary, his best friend and lover, and the mother of his daughter were a fellow Englishwoman named Kostas Kavalis, a middle-aged Greek Cypriot diplomat and a former Olympic champion in boxing; a Bulgarian arms dealer named Zlatko Yankov; and Russian physicist and engineer Ivar Ditte.
Their quest to recover Flynn's daughter (again) from Lazarevi's clutches was complicated by the tracks of at least four different racist organizations trying various combinations of silencing the group, assassinating Kavalis and Yankov, kidnapping and/ or killing the child, and a very large and well-equipped treasure hunting operation inspired by Lazarevi and his associates.
The French government is currently investigating the case. Trevor Carmichael, a wine connoisseur and officer in French intelligence, was trying to recover the papers and diary of a missing businessman named Deo Jones. Jones and Carmichael were close friends. d2c66b5586