Why are John Hands's beautifully crafted thrillers (Darkness at Dawn, Perestroika Christi), which are published in hardcover in England to much critical acclaim, issued only as paperbacks in the United States? Whatever the reason, this has to be the best reading bargain in the business. In his latest, Hands manages to find an immense amount of vitality in the overworked territory of Irish Republican Army terrorism. A top CIA agent, John Darcy, quickly brought to full life with the kind of details that only an artist would include, is forced to take independent action when a ghost from his own past combines with an act of horrific destruction.
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