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Angel of Death by Jack Higgins
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May 16, 2011

did not like it
bookshelves: mystery
Read in May, 2011

A former IRA terrorist, Sean Dillon, goes to work for the British government tracking down a new threat to the government. Three Brits, one a famous actress and one a high-up government official, decide anarchy in the name of communism sounds like a good idea, and start a plan to murder various influential political people. The dialogue was just silly, the plot predictable, and the characters uninteresting. Jack Higgins had to have outsourced this.

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