By Victor O'Reilly
Victor O'Reilly is again together with his such a lot explosive novel ever! Hugo Fitzduane - the hero of "Games of the Hangman" and "Rules of the quest" - returns to stand the Hangman's vengeful lover...in a full-scale attack on American soil. First time in paperback A blockbuster follow-up to Victor O'Reilly's smach hits: "New York instances" bestsellers " video games of the Hangman" and "Rules of the search"
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Cochrane had now recovered somewhat, though he still looked pale and shocked. He had covered Tanya's upper body with his suit jacket and now stood slumped against a filing cabinet, his clothing soaked in drying blood. He ran one hand wearily through his hair in a gesture of both exhaustion and sadness. "He's right, Hugo," he said. "This is Washington. " * * * * * Four office suites down the corridor, the watcher who Fitzduane had known would be somewhere close, was chatting to the attractive young intern he had met in Bullfeathers.
Standing to one side of Fitzduane, Warner was suddenly struck by the fanciful notion that he was watching the meeting of two knights from the Middle Ages. Both had warrior stamped all over them. Both were being friendly enough on the face of it, and on the face of it had similar values, but there was still an unspoken competitive element between them. On second thought, the competitive factor probably emanated from Lee. Hugo Fitzduane had actually done the kind of things that Lee merely aspired to do.
She had drunk some sake before she left to assuage her pain. All she took with her was the stolen clothing and the laminated photograph of Hugo Fitzduane. This was the man who had killed her. This was the man she would kill. C. The coded fax arrived as the three were having their breakfast. The leader's room contained basic cooking facilities, so the group had prepared the Japanese breakfast they were used to. It was a relief not to have to endure coffee with white powder and foods like croissants saturated in fat.
The Devil's Footprint by Victor O'Reilly