'Brilliant. An explosive thriller with true authenticity' Tom Marcus, bestselling author of Soldier Spy
January, 1981. They're undercover in Belfast.
Determined to put an end to a war.
But in doing so, who will they betray?
Jim Dowd and Maureen O'Brien, special forces soldiers, enter a bitterly divided Belfast with a mission: to go undercover, infiltrate one of the city's most dangerous Catholic neighbourhoods, and help change the course of a war that nobody is winning.
The Ardoyne is a perilous world, where even a hint of their true identities will prove fatal. But it is also full of courage and loyalty, and Jim realises he admires this community - and his guilt at their deception grows ever stronger.
When they receive shocking orders, Maureen knows they must act swiftly and ruthlessly, but can she rely on Jim? And if they rebel, are they betraying their country; or are they being betrayed?
'Stunningly realistic . . . A must-read for anyone who cares about the history of our islands' Nick Hewer
- Published 8th February 2018
- 432 Pages
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