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Chilling suspense in the romantic west country of Ireland; IRA terrorists smuggle explosives and plot to assassinate the Queen; a horse-back trek over the mountains of Connemara; a young CIA agent and beautiful Irish girl seek to foil the IRA's plans; in the end, in the midst of terror, they find themselves in love. Good triumphs over evil.


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Nancy Bradleygrew up in Indiana, the daughter of a missionary minister. She was home schooled for most of her early education, then graduated from Ferry Hall, a girls' prep school north of Chicago.Married to a medical student (her brother's best friend from college) she worked as a graphic artist, doing everything from fashion ads to designing medical exhibits for the US Army and Air Force during the Korean war. When her husband's medical training was over and he finally entered practice, Bradley went back to school and studied art at the American University in Washington, DC. With two young children under foot she painted seriously for several years, exhibiting widely in the area (the Corcoran, Richmond Museum and various commercial galleries).She began her writing career by doing funny, though instructive, articles for two horse magazines, Spur and Horse Play. These were written from experience; her passion for horses has never diminished since her first ride at age two on an old work horse. Living in Virginia for most of her adult life, she has been an avid fox-hunter and competitive rider for many years.Bradley's first novel, "The Kremlin Contract", was published by Zebra in 1990. Since then she has published "Indiana" and is at work on another book. "Water of my Land". She lives in a house in the woods in McLean, VA with her husband Gene, three horses and a good dog, Mosby.
Published July 6, 2006 by Trafford Publishing. 300 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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