"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, dispatching his victims with cold, skilful efficiency. Who is he and why does he want revenge? If he is to uncover the identity of this ruthless killer and stay alive in the process, Harry must uncover what really happened in Mirovica back in 1999.
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"Starred Review. A mesmerizing read and a top pick for all crime collections." - Booklist
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Adrian Magson is a freelance writer, reviewer and creative writing tutor, and author of 13 crime and spy thrillers. As well as having written the 5 Gavin & Palmer crime novels set in London, he is currently working on the Harry Tate series, and the Lucas Rocco series.
Apart from writing novels and short stories (his recently published short fiction has appeared in 'Plots With Guns', Thuglit, the Sunday Express, on Sniplits.com (audio), and in the Mammoth Book of Best British Crime 2010 (ed Maxim Jakubowski), Adrian also reviews thrillers for Shots Magazine, and writes the 'Beginners' and 'New Author' pages in Writing Magazine (UK).
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