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W. Morrow, 1987 - Fiction - 495 pages
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Jig has come to America to get back $10 million that was raised for the IRA by misguided American supporters and then stolen. Hot on his trail is a British counter-terrorist agent Named Frank Pagan. The two men at last encounter each other and then, at the same moment, a menace so violent and horrible that, to prevent it, they are forced to work together.

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In Colwin's latest novel, echoes of the themes of Happy All the Time (LJ 9/15/78) are apparent, but they just don't work quite as well now as in 1978. We watch the progress of Geraldine Coleshares ... Read full review


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A fast-paced, accomplished novel that explores the Irish Republican Army, contemporary terrorism, and American involvement, by the author of many award-winning novels. British officer Frank Pagan is ... Read full review


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Campbell Armstrong is the author of such critically acclaimed books as "Jig" & "Concert of Ghosts." He lives in Ireland.

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