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The Marching Season

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It is the first uncertain years of the Northern Ireland peace process. In Belfast, Dublin and London three simultaneous terrorist attacks shatter the hope that the bloodshed finally may be over. Although suspicion immediately falls on Catholic Republicans, it quickly becomes clear that the perpetrators are Protestant Loyalists, a new terror group called the Ulster Freedom Brigade. They have but one goal - to destroy the peace process. Michael Osbourne, the hero of Silva's second novel, The Mark of the Assassin, has quit the ...

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The Marching Season
2004, Berkley Books, New York, NY

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2001, Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ), London

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2000, Ballantine Books

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1999, Random House (NY), New York, NY

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1999, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London

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1999, Random House Audio Publishing Group

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1999, Random House Audio Publishing Group, New York, NY

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1999, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London

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1999, Random House Large Print Publishing, New York, NY

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1999, MacMillan Publishing Company

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