What would happen if a terrorist organisation stopped using volunteers, used professional hit men and then targeted strategic individuals instead of random attacks?
The backdrop to Kilkeeny man Liam Flood’s book No Margin For Error is set when two men leave Ireland during the 1980s, but for different reasons. One cannot find employment so he emigrates to the UK and joins the police force. The other man is from a different tradition and he joins the IRA and becomes their top operative in the UK. The two men encounter each other briefly in the mid 1980s in London, but the terrorist narrowly escapes. Fast forward to 2011: now the policeman is recognised as one of Britain’s top anti-terrorist experts. The IRA man has gone independent and is one of the world’s top hit men. When Osama Bin Laden is killed, Al Qaeda decide to change strategy and employ the hit man to spread fear and chaos among the governments of the west. He embarks on a campaign of terror across the globe, but his old adversary is now working with US Homeland Security and becomes obsessed with tracking him down. This is a fast paced thriller where the plot twists and turns and takes the reader on a high speed journey around the world building to a breathtaking climax.
No Margin For Error is stocked in Bookworm and in Easons in Thurles, at all other good book shops or it can be ordered from newgeneration-publishing.com and amazon.com or amazon.co.uk.
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