The Forgotten War Martin Lipton

ISBN: 9781600020865

Published: August 29th 2006

Paperback

308 pages


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The Forgotten War  by  Martin Lipton

The Forgotten War by Martin Lipton
August 29th 2006 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 308 pages | ISBN: 9781600020865 | 3.27 Mb

As the final, horrific battles of the Civil War draw to a close, a secret faction of the English Foreign Office gathers intelligence regarding a devious plan conceived by wealthy Irish businessmen in New York City. Their intent was to launch anMoreAs the final, horrific battles of the Civil War draw to a close, a secret faction of the English Foreign Office gathers intelligence regarding a devious plan conceived by wealthy Irish businessmen in New York City.

Their intent was to launch an attack against England and strike a blow for Irish independence. In order to diffuse this plan, the English send a ruthless assassin to expose and destroy the hopes and dreams of the newly formed clandestine army. Shortly after the merciless agent s arrival, numerous young women are found brutally murdered throughout the terrorized city.

Timothy MacLean, a Scottish detective, betrothed to the daughter of a prominent Irish family, follows a trail of evidence that leads him through deplorable slums, seedy brothels and splendid mansions of uptown New York. The young, brave detective s inquiry eventually brings him face to face with John Walker, the mysterious, cold blooded agent working for the English government, and his findings unearth the intricate secrets and sinister plot of those who are planning to wage The Forgotten War.

The book is a work of fiction based on historical events that still influence world affairs a century and a half later.



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