This book gets a star for its quirky characters, a second one for a more or less cohesive plot, and a third because it made me laugh. It loses a star for its myriad of spelling and grammatical errors and loses another for its lack of action.
Most of the characters in this tale spend their days and nights sitting around tables, cooking, eating, and drinking. They occasionally move from one country to another (pretty regularly crossing between Latvia and Lithuania) where they continue to sit around tables, etc.
There were exactly two action (more of less) scenes - one in which two members of the "action" squad set off some explosives in the bad guy's yard, ostensibly scaring him into inaction (why would a gazillionaire evildoer go cowardly over a few explosives?) and a second when a member of the team goes rogue to chase after the person who killed his girlfriend. Everything else is handled by a computer guru who communicates by Skype and an investigative journalist who always seems to know everything before the team, albeit, given her profession they try to keep her in the dark.
Quirky characters, no matter how lovable, do not a novel make. Read at your own risk!