'A remarkable first novel...Bradby handles the tension with skill to produce a gripping tale' The Times
Colette McVeigh: Mother. Widow. Terrorist. For all of her twenty-nine years she has lived the Republican cause. Her husband was killed by the Brits. Her brothers have dedicated their lives to fighting them.
Until she is arrested in an aborted bombing raid in London when she has to make a choice: inform and see your children again; or stay silent and watch them grow up from the inside of a prison cell.
Her MI5 handler, David Ryan, has never questioned where his loyalties lie. But as he watches Colette put herself in increasing danger to fulfil her side of the bargain, he realises that his certainty and integrity have been fatally and irrevocably compromised...
Quite exceptional...a taut, compelling story of love and torn loyalties
A remarkable first novel...Bradby handles the tension with skill to produce a gripping tale
The best book on the northern conflict since Harry's Game...An excellent read on any level
Thriller writer Tom Bradby shares his working process, from pen on paper to publication, and why all writers should know that teamwork is key.