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League of Terror

by Bill Granger

Series: November Man (11)

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The cold war is over and though it would seem that the world has no further use for spies, Devereaux, code-named November, knows better. The secret wars of terrorism continue in filthy back alleys and sleek financial institutions. Whether for ideology or money, the results are the same. Now Devereaux's nemesis, Henry McGee, has literally dropped a bomb on him - and the stakes are deeply personal because this time he's struck down the woman Devereux loves...… (more)
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I picked up this 1990 book from the for sale shelf of my local library for 50p. It is a bit dated with the cold war still on and IRA still waging war with the UK. However it is a well written thriller with lots of plots and twists. The story is easy to get into and rattles along at a good pace. ( )
  jimrbrown | Aug 15, 2012 |
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The cold war is over and though it would seem that the world has no further use for spies, Devereaux, code-named November, knows better. The secret wars of terrorism continue in filthy back alleys and sleek financial institutions. Whether for ideology or money, the results are the same. Now Devereaux's nemesis, Henry McGee, has literally dropped a bomb on him - and the stakes are deeply personal because this time he's struck down the woman Devereux loves...

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