A terrible new style of murder has plagued the streets of Ulster. Whole families of known terrorists are dying. The untouchable paramilitaries suddenly know what fear is really about.
Robert Kitchen was born in Belfast in 1949. He has travelled extensively, dragging his tireless spouse Iris with him. His occupation as an electrician has taken him from diamond mines in South Africa to Saddam Hussein's palace in Baghdad, and from the river states of Nigeria to the Egyptian Sahara. His ready wit combined with an impish sense of humour, brings a breath of fresh air to his story telling. Prepare to be shocked and thrilled on a roller-coaster ride to catch a killer.