Night of the Raven
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John Fallon, a ruthless assassin who is working for a covert and secretive agency, has become disillusioned and disgusted with his life. After his last kill in which he terminates three men, Fallon disappears and returns to his native Ireland. It is here with his twin sister Catherine, from whom he has been separated since childhood, that Fallon hopes to put his past behind him. Fallon is a man seeking redemption and peace in the beautiful, lush land he was born in.

In New York, John Childers, head of World Wide Enterprises, the cover company for a world of violence and deceit, enlists Al Reynolds and Jack Harris, two of his top operatives, to track Fallon down and terminate him. Childers, a cold, cynical man believes no one walks away from “the company.” Reynolds, familiar with Fallon, who is known as a man of mystery realizes this will be no easy task.

Meanwhile in Ireland, Fallon is caught up in the ongoing struggle between the Irish in the South and Provos in the North. Adding to this is Major Neville, a brutal British commandant, stationed there. Fallon, trying to distant himself from the violence that surrounds him, is branded a coward and a traitor by the IRA. Fallon accepts everything they throw at him until they cross the line. Fallon then reverts back to his former life. As everyone closes in on him, Fallon, like a killing machine is unstoppable. Even the beautiful Megan Clark, who loves him, is unable to stop him.

“Night of the Raven” is a fast paced thriller that moves at breakneck speed to a stunning and suspenseful conclusion. It is a story filled with fascinating characters, set against the background of Ireland and New York.
Published: Trafford on
ISBN: 9781466974883
List price: $3.99
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