Dance of Death

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William Heinemann, 2006 - Indian dance - 381 pages
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Photojournalist, Mike Burke has carried his camera into every war zone and hellhole on earth - and comes back with the pictures (and battle scars) to prove it. He is flying high until, quite suddenly, he isn't. When Burke's helicopter crashes and burns in Africa, he comes away with his life but loses his heart to the woman who saves him. That's when he decides it is time to stop dancing with the devil. But a bitter twist of fate puts an end to Burke's dreams, leaving him adrift in Dublin with bittersweet memories...and no appetite for danger. But the devil isn't done with him yet. An ocean away, Jack Wilson leaves prison burning for revenge. Like Burke, Wilson has had something taken from him. And he, too, dreams of starting over. Only Wilson's dream is the rest of the world's nightmare. Driven by his obsession with a Native American visionary, and guided by the secret notebooks of Nikola Tesla, the man said to have "invented the twentieth century," Wilson dreams of Apocalypse - and plans to make it happen...

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