I can't say I really enjoyed this story anywhere as much as 'The General's Daughter.' This was written in 1981 so it reads like a historical piece which I suppose could just as easily describe me. The novel is glacially paced and the perceived threat is never enunciated so you can never feel the suspense really ratchet up.
Think I started this book several years ago. Don't know why i didn't finish it then, mustn't have started it because I am so glad I gave it a second chance. Couldn't put it down. Very exciting, very suspenseful - lots of action.
Fun book and it's one of DeMille's shortest, which works to its advantage in this case. Good plot, a bit of dilly dallying with the whole Irish background but overall an okay read
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