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Typical Stephen Leather, several smaller sub-plots all of which culminate in a crescendo of action. The revenge actions of the Chinaman made you not want to put the book down. Recommended by my Dad and he was correct. Then, simply but persistently, he began to ask the authorities who were the men responsible, what was being done. And was turned away, fobbed off, treated as a nuisance. Which was when, denied justice, he decided on revenge.
And went back to war. Praise for Stephen Leather 'Explores complex contemporary issues while keeping the action fast and bloody' Economist 'Action and scalpel-sharp suspense' Daily Telegraph 'The sheer impetus of his story-telling is damned hard to resist' Sunday Express Genre: The Reckoning John Grisham. The Fox Frederick Forsyth.
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