Games of the Hangman by Victor O'Reilly

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In a masterful tour de force of shattering intrigue, O'Reilly joins the ranks of Robert Ludlum and Ken Follett with a story of fatal games and hidden players. When photographer Hugo Fitzduane finds a hanged body, it's ruled a suicide. But when the body of a terrorist is found with the same strange tattoo, Fitzduane is plunged into a firestorm of violence as he tries to expose the link.
 

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Published October 1, 1991 by Grove Weidenfeld. 520 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime, Horror. Fiction

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O'Reilly's masterful debut thriller leads through a maelstrom of murder in Switzerland and Ireland to a showdown with terrorists at a medieval castle.

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Kilmara gives Hugo entree to police channels in Bern, Switzerland, where bizarrely mutilated bodies turn up soon after Hugo's arrival, disrupting the Swiss sense of order.

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