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A Prayer for the Dying Higgins, Jack                            1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1453258337
ISBN-13: 9781453258330
Sku: 236537956
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.5L x 0.5T
Pages:  166
Age Range:  NA
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The classic Jack Higgins thriller

 
An ex-IRA soldier must save a priest targeted for elimination to gain absolution for his violent past
 
Everyone has demons to overcome, but Martin Fallon has more than most. A ruthless hitman and executioner for the IRA, Fallon is haunted by a mistake that led to the explosion of a school bus full of children.
 
When he's threatened by the sadistic Meehan brothers, Fallon must agree to one last hit. But this time there's a witness: a priest named Father De Costa. And when everyone else wants the Father dead, Fallon is determined to protect him, to earn redemption from his life of crime and forgiveness for the blood on his hands.

 

Author Bio
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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Product attributePublisher:   Open Road Media
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