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Cry of the hunter

Author: Jack Higgins; Harry Patterson
Publisher: Leicester : Ulverscroft, 1985, ©1960.
Series: Ulverscroft large print
Edition/Format:   Large print book : Fiction : English : Large print edView all editions and formats
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An ex-con must save Northern Ireland from a violent cabal, before the nation is plunged into chaos Former IRA operative Martin Fallon has survived prison, the bottle, and a police pursuit that sent him running the length and breadth of Ireland. As Fallon turns forty years old, the IRA needs his help again, this time to break Patrick Rogan, the leader of IRA Ulster, out of prison before he is executed. But not all is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Higgins; Harry Patterson
ISBN: 0708913415 9780708913413
OCLC Number: 12511992
Notes: Originally published: London : Long, 1960.
Harry Patterson is the pseudonym for Jack Higgins.
Description: 295 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Ulverscroft large print
Responsibility: Harry Patterson.

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An ex-con must save Northern Ireland from a violent cabal, before the nation is plunged into chaos Former IRA operative Martin Fallon has survived prison, the bottle, and a police pursuit that sent him running the length and breadth of Ireland. As Fallon turns forty years old, the IRA needs his help again, this time to break Patrick Rogan, the leader of IRA Ulster, out of prison before he is executed. But not all is as it seems. When a newly freed Rogan commits murder in the name of a ruthless IRA sect, Fallon's rescue mission will become a deadly clash between those who wish to save Ireland, and those who seek to destroy it. "Jack Higgins is the master." -Tom Clancy Jack Higgins is the New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty thrillers that have sold over 250 million copies worldwide, including The Eagle Has Landed and The Wolf at the Door. Before beginning his writing career, Higgins served in the British Army along the East German border. He lives in the Channel Islands--Product description.

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