The Walking Dead by Gerald Seymour
A Thriller

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A young man starts a journey from a dusty village in Saudi Arabia. If his mission succeeds, he will go to his god a martyr--and many innocents will die with him.

David Banks is an armed protection officer charged with neutralizing the growing menace to London's safety. His role may not be as clear-cut as it once was. The certainties that ruled his thinking are no longer black and white. Banks has begun to realize that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter. The suicide bomber and the policeman will have equal cause to question the roads they've chosen. Win or lose, neither will be the same again.

The Walking Dead is a breathtakingly suspenseful thriller about the world in which we live, with all its dangers and complexities. With intelligence and deep understanding, Seymour shows us the choices we are forced to make, and their consequences.


About Gerald Seymour

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Gerald Seymour was born on November 25, 1941 in Guilford, Surrey, England. He received a BA Honors degree in Modern History from University College London. He was a broadcast journalist who covered many overseas conflicts including the Vietnam War, the Munich Olympics massacre, and Palestinian militant groups. His first book, Harry's Game, was published in 1975 and soon afterwards, he retired from journalism to become a full-time author. Many of his other books were adapted into television movies and Field of Blood was adapted as the feature film, The Informant, starring Timothy Dalton.
Published January 1, 2007 by Corgi Books. 416 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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