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Then a Soldier by John Templeton Smith
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Then a Soldier

by John Templeton Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743415337, Paperback)

The follow up to bestselling WHITE LIE and SAIGON EXPRESS, and the concluding novel in the explosive John Winter trilogy. Before the explosive events of WHITE LIE and SAIGON EXPRESS, before he became a mercenary of terrible accomplishment, John Winter was once a soldier. As a member of the SAS on the streets of Northern Ireland and immersed in the choking world of the IRA, he finds himself falling for his enemy. Taking the blame for the death of a British soldier he is pulled out. Winter embarks on a new life working in Scotland, but he has become an IRA target, and is unaware that the woman he loves is closing in, with only vengeance in mind.

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