The Marching Season
When a new Protestant extremist group shatters the Good Friday peace accords with three savage acts of terrorism, Northern Ireland is blown back into the depths of conflict. And after his father-in-law is nominated to become the new American ambassador to London, retired officer Michael Osbourne is drawn back into the CIA.
Then Osbourne uncovers a dark plan that marks his father-in-law for execution, setting into motion a deadly chain of events that will thrust him back into the sights of the most merciless assassin the world has ever known. Osbourne escaped this ruthless killing machine once--but the elusive October will never allow him to slip through his crosshairs again. . . .
"Each plot-twisting segment is marked by almost unbearable tension. . . . Silva's unsmiling prose urges you on like a silencer poking at the small of your back."
"Daniel Silva has a clear knowledge of his subject matter and an instinctive knack for gripping plots."
"[A] TOM CLANCY-ESQUE THRILLER."
--The Washington Post
SILVA IS A "SPY-FICTION ACE."
"FASCINATING . . . A NOVEL OF PLOTS AND COUNTERPLOTS . . . The relationship between Osbourne and October is rich in detail and complexity."
--The Orlando Sentinel
From the Paperback edition.