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A Darker Place (Paperback)

Author:  Jack Higgins
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0425233774
ISBN-13: 9780425233771
Sku: 211535407
Publish Date: 4/6/2010
Pages:  338
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The elaborately planned defection of famous Russian writer and ex-paratrooper Alexander Kurbsky, coordinated by Charles Ferguson and Sean Dillon of the Prime Ministers private army, appears to be a victory for Western interests until it is revealed that Kurbsky is a secret agent out to infiltrate British and American intelligence. Reprint. A best-selling novel. *Author: Higgins, Jack *Publication Date: 2010/04/06 *Number of Pages: 338 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 1.00 *Width: 4.00 *Height: 7.50
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Former IRA member Sean Dillon is back, this time helping the great Russian writer Alexander Kurbsky defect to England. Unfortunately, due to a little blackmail from President Putin, Kurbsky's loyalties secretly remain with his homeland. This means that Dillon just escorted a spy and a killer into the country, and now he will do anything to take him out.
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Jack Higgins
Though born in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Jack Higgins grew up in Belfast amid chaotic political unrest made even more significant by his family's political involvements. He later moved to Leeds, where he earned a teacher's certificate in 1958. This allowed him to acquire a variety of teaching positions that took him through Yorkshire and eventually to London, where he received a B.S. in sociology at the University of London in 1962. Before becoming an internationally best-selling author, Higgins held such jobs as circus tent-hand and tram conductor. But when his novel "The Eagle Has Landed" hit the bookstores in 1975, Higgins embarked upon a successful career writing thrillers varying in themes from organized crime to political and military conspiracies.

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