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Retribution (Harry Tate #4)

3.98  ·  Rating Details  ·  53 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Ex-MI5 Harry Tate is back. "Harry. Plse make Grosvenor Square tomorrow 18.30. Urgent. Remember Mirovica." An atrocity that allegedly took place under Harry's watch in Kosovo in 1999 returns to haunt him when he receives a summons from an old UN contact. A lone assassin is tracking down all those who were present that fateful night, despatching his victims with cold, skilfu ...more
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Published February 1st 2013 by Severn House Digital (first published January 1st 2013)
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Derek Kelsey
Aug 18, 2015 Derek Kelsey rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Could not put it down
One of my go to authors always guaranteed a well written plot driven story that rattles along with action and page-turning thrills. Excellent for holidays, long journeys or a time of leisure that allows the book to be consumed in one sitting. This book is the fourth in the series of Harry Tate ex MI5; here he is tasked by the UN to uncover a potential terrorist plot.
As with similar type books the reader is transported quickly between locations with often increasing tension. It is a terrific read
I love a good action thriller and this novel doesn't disappoint.

Harry Tate, an ex-M15 hunter now working in the private sector, doesn't hang around. He's a dynamic character, utterly focused on getting the job done, and with a strong moral compass. Hired to stop a potential terrorist plot and find the lone assassin picking off all those present at a UN compound on a specific night in 1999, Harry's moral code is challenged when he discovers the horror of the crime the assassin is avenging. Pragma
Allan Robertson
Jan 23, 2014 Allan Robertson rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This series gets better with each book. Once again Harry is drawn into a situation out of his control and always a step behind the villainous Kassim. This started in 1999 and moves forward to present day when a UN team are being killed for a rape of a teenage girl in 1999. Harry has to stop the terrorist and solve whodunit. I now look forward to the next one.
Gloria Feit
Jun 07, 2013 Gloria Feit rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The title refers to a plan to exact vengeance for an act which opens the novel, in Kosovo in 1999. The plot deals with an extended cat-and-mouse game, with p.o.v. alternating between the two. On the one side is a man calling himself, among other names, Kassim, trained in Chechnya and the desert camps by specialist ‘tutors.’

On the other side is Harry Tate, ex-soldier, ex-MI5, now a civilian working for a security company as the novel opens, when he is contacted by a man who had been the UN’s loc
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