Blood Land; Alan Glynn
A tabloid star is killed in a helicopter crash and three years later a young journalist is warned off the story.
A private security contractor loses it in the Congo, with deadly consequences.
In Ireland an ex-prime minister struggles to contain a dark secret from his time in office.
A dramatic news story breaks in Paris just as a US senator begins his campaign to run for office.
With echoes of John Le Carré, 24 and James Ellroy, Alan Glynn's follow-up to Winterland is another crime novel of and for our times - a ferocious, paranoid thriller that moves from Dublin to New York via Central Africa, and thrillingly explores the legacy of corruption in big business, the West's fear of China, the role of back room political players and the question of who controls what we know.
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