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The Irish Peace Process is about to be blown sky-high and the fates of two governments hang in the balance... New York : a woman waits in the shadows,... Lire la suite
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The Irish Peace Process is about to be blown sky-high and the fates of two governments hang in the balance... New York : a woman waits in the shadows, a Colt 25 in her elegant hand. Her Target : Senator Michael Cohan, member of an extremist organisation dedicated to destroying the peace talks. Run by Britain's most wanted terrorist, Jack Barry, its secret links stretch all the way to the Oval Office. Washington : The President calls Blake Johnson, head of secret White House department " the Basement ". He needs to see him now. London : Brigadier Ferguson of " Special Forces " brings in the only man who can hold it together and stop all hell breaking loose ex-IRA enforcer Sean Dillon, their most lethal operative, and Jack Barry's deadliest enemy.


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    280 pages
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    0.165 Kg
  • Dimensions
    11,0 cm × 18,0 cm × 2,0 cm

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Biographie de Jack Higgins

Jack Higgins lived in Belfast till the age of twelve. Leaving school at fifteen, lie spent three years with the Royal Horse Guards, serving on the East German border during the Cold War. His subsequent employment included occupations as diverse as circus roustabout, truck driver, clerk and, after taking an honours degree in sociology and social psychology, teacher and university lecturer. The Eagle Has Landed turned him into an international best-selling author, and his novels have since sold over 250 million copies and have been translated into fifty-five languages. Many have also been filmed, including " The Violent Enemy ", which was banned for political reasons by the Foreign Office ; the great MGM classic " The Wrath of God ", Rita Hayworth's last film ; " The Eagle Has Landed " ; " A Prayer for the Dying ", starring Bob Hoskins and Mickey Rourke, one of the most controversial films of the eighties ; and " Thunder Point ", filmed in the Caribbean in 1996. In addition, " Confessional ", " Night of the Fox ", " Eye of the Storm " and " On Dangerous Ground " have been filmed for television, and " Touch the Devil " and " Luciano's Luck " are at present in production. Most of his books are published or forthcoming in Signet or Penguin. His recent books include " The Presidents Daughter " and " Flight of Eagles ". In 1995 Jack Higgins was awarded an honorary doctorate by Leeds Metropolitan University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and an expert scuba diver and marksman. He lives on jersey in the Channel Islands.

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