Blood Red Square

Blood Red Square BLOOD RED SQUARE is the story of the creation and redemption of a terrorist It is also a story of revenge UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold died in a plane crash in the Congo in Considered su

  • Title: Blood Red Square
  • Author: Pat Mullan
  • ISBN: 9780977308255
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • BLOOD RED SQUARE is the story of the creation and redemption of a terrorist It is also a story of revenge.UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold died in a plane crash in the Congo in 1961 Considered suspicious at the time, no evidence surfaced to show that it was anything other than an accident Secret KGB documents pointing to collusion between Moscow and Washington in tBLOOD RED SQUARE is the story of the creation and redemption of a terrorist It is also a story of revenge.UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold died in a plane crash in the Congo in 1961 Considered suspicious at the time, no evidence surfaced to show that it was anything other than an accident Secret KGB documents pointing to collusion between Moscow and Washington in the death of Hammarskjold are liberated from KGB archives in 1997 by Misha Kedrov, an enigmatic new Russian entrepreneur Kedrov, consumed by revenge for the murder of his parents, plans to use the documents to seek vengeance He is ably supported by Conor Brady, aka Eduardo Kelly Herrera, an Argentinian, on the run, turned terrorist from circumstance and not from ideology.Only one man can thwart Misha Kedrov, stop Conor Brady, and prevent the chaos they plan That man is Owen MacDara, special envoy of the President of the United States, a man who moves with equal ease in the halls of power or on the dark killing fields of international intrigue.

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    1. PAT MULLAN has Irelands answer to Mitch Rapp—Vince Flynn’s protagonist in his many novels; he'sOwen MacDara, who moves freely from the major capitals of the world to solve intricate plots that threaten the security of the free world.In BLOOD RED SQUARE, Mullan weaves a masterful tale around a real event—the accidental death of Dag Hammarskjold, the secretary general of the United Nations in 1961. Or was it an accident? That’s the question MacDara has to answer, some thirty years later, a [...]

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