Jake Ryan is back! This time the tough, sassy and sentimental private investigator who was introduced in Foul Shot is asked by his powerful Irish uncle, Ireland's Minister of Foreign Affairs, to come to Dublin and find his missing daughter,
Reluctant to go, Ryan leaves for Dublin. His search for her takes him to various parts of Ireland, where he encounters an assortment of strange and frightening characters. One, in particular, is an extremely clever and terrifying mystery man who has an affinity for the poetry of William Butler Yeats.
As it happens, Ryan teams up with a tough Irishman who possesses a quick temper and an even quicker trigger finger. Together, they concoct a plan to find this mystery man while rescuing his cousin. But things don't work out as planned. And in the end, Ryan is forced to face some brutal truths and question the meaning of life, family, and honor.
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Richard O'Connor is a former high school All-American who later starred at Duke University. After a brief professional basketball career, he turned to freelance writing. His work has appeared in many major magazines, including Sports Illustrated, The New York Times Magazine, GQ, TV Guide, Penthouse, People, and Sport. His articles have been included in the prestigious Best American Sports Stories series. At various times of his life, he's been a magazine editor, publisher, president and owner. He has also been a consultant to the Dallas Mavericks, Seattle Supersonics, and Detroit Pistons. O'Connor's first novel was Foul Shot.
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Book Description Borsalino Books, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0966115813