The Dead Yard by Adrian McKinty Paperback Book

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Rent The Dead Yard

Author: Adrian McKinty

Narrator: Gerard Doyle

Format: Unabridged-MP3

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Published: Mar 2006

Genre: Fiction - Thrillers

Retail Price: $29.95

Discs: 1

Synopsis

In this breathtaking sequel to Dead I Well May Be, 'the most captivating crime novel of 2003' (Philadelphia Inquirer), the mercenary Michael Forsythe is forced to infiltrate an Irish terrorist cell on behalf of the FBI, confronting murder, mayhem, and the prospect of his own execution.

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