The Ignorance of Blood

Robert Wilson (Author)
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Description

As a sweltering Seville recovers from the shock of a terrorist attack, Inspector Jefe Javier Falcón is struggling to find the bombers. The death of a gangster in a spectacular car crash offers vital evidence implicating the Russian mafia in his investigation, but it pitches Falcón into the heart of a turf war over prostitution and drugs. Now the target of vicious hoods, Falcón finds those closest to him are also coming under intolerable pressure: his best friend, who's spying for the Spanish government, reveals that he is being blackmailed by Islamist extremists, and Falcón's own lover suffers a mother's worst nightmare. He might be able to bring the perpetrators of the bombing to justice, but there will be a devastating price to pay.

Product Details

Price
$17.95
Publisher
Mariner Books
Publish Date
June 11, 2010
Pages
422
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.1 X 8.0 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780547335872

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About the Author

Robert Wilson has been an award-winning editor at Preservation, Civilization, and The American Scholar, which he has edited since 2004. He writes often for magazines and newspapers and was on staff at USA Today and The Washington Post. The author of biographies of Mathew Brady, Clarence King, and P.T. Barnum, he lives in Manassas, Virginia.

Reviews

Praise for THE HIDDEN ASSASSINS

"The Hidden Assassins, the third Falcón thriller, once again demonstrates that few writers--in any genre--can match Wilson's depth of character and plot or his evocation of place and of history."--Boston Globe

"Modern terrorism is uppermost in the minds of those who populate Robert Wilson's new novel, but the engines driving The Hidden Assassins through to its satisfying, nuanced finish are old human emotions: greed, obsession, love."--Washington Post Book World

"A complicated, disturbing novel for complicated, disturbing times."--USA Today