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McGuire

O'Brien, Kevin

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ISBN 10: 1518838200 / ISBN 13: 9781518838200
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Title: McGuire

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Belfast, 1979?Danny McGuire is the IRA?s top gunman, a Republican hero whose nerve and reputation are legendary on the streets of Belfast. He?s number one on the most wanted lists of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, the British Army, Special Branch, MI5?even Interpol and the FBI are keen to apprehend him if he travels over their borders or the Atlantic. There are even rumours, though vehemently denied by Whitehall, that the British Government have sanctioned the SAS to hunt him down and kill him on sight. But when McGuire?s estranged wife contacts him with the news of their teenaged daughter?s vicious rape and murder over the water in England, he becomes a loose cannon hell-bent on revenge. His masters in the Provisional IRA forbid him to go to England?only they can prime him for assassinations: he kills for them and no-one else?but McGuire is now loyal to none but himself and suddenly he?s wanted by everyone! With no friends, only enemies, he searches for his daughter?s killer in England?leaving a trail of bodies for the IRA?s hit squads to follow as they pursue him relentlessly at the behest of Belfast . . .

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