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The Wrath of God By Jack Higgins,

  • Title: The Wrath of God
  • Author: Jack Higgins
  • ISBN: 9780425185421
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Trinity of DeathEmmet Keogh A master assassin who can no longer remember how many men he s killed or why.Van Horne Priest, bank robber, and murderer on the run from the law, and his own soul.Janos Businessman, enterpreneur, and gun runner a mysterious man with a history even he wants to forget Three desperate men, each trying to escape his past in the chaos of CenThe Trinity of DeathEmmet Keogh A master assassin who can no longer remember how many men he s killed or why.Van Horne Priest, bank robber, and murderer on the run from the law, and his own soul.Janos Businessman, enterpreneur, and gun runner a mysterious man with a history even he wants to forget Three desperate men, each trying to escape his past in the chaos of Central America in the 1920s only to find that violence is a way of life from which no one scapes unscarred
    The Wrath of God The Trinity of DeathEmmet Keogh A master assassin who can no longer remember how many men he s killed or why Van Horne Priest bank robber and murderer on the run from the law and his own soul Janos

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    1. I picked this up at the library after just browsing the shelf I found that I was pleasantly surprised The story was interesting, the characters were well developed and complex It is a little hard to categorize I ended up going with adventure, but it could have been a thriller or a western even.

    2. Another early Higgins with a displaced Irishman, this time following WWI We find him adrift in a Mexico awash with bandits, corrupt cops and the disparity between the landowners and the poor Emmet Keogh down on his luck in a small town is offered a job of driving a truck load of booze north towards the border to hand it off to a smuggler to take across to the US He declines, but the dealer hotel owner is not satisfied While in the local Bar Emmet stands up for young woman working here when she i [...]

    3. In Wrath of God, Higgins brings together 3 diverse men and forces them to cooperate with each other Keogh is a former Irish assassin, Van Horne a former priest who now robs banks and Janos, a businessman whose main interest is himself and how to make his life better They all find themselves in Mexico in the 1920s and are forced to work together on a mission for a Mexican army officer to save their own lives.There is no fat in a Higgins novel He says exactly what he wants and means in few words w [...]

    4. It s Mexico in 1922 We have an Irishman by the name of Emmet Keogh, a man with a dark secret that has haunted him for a number of years There is also an American priest, Oliver van Horne who is not what he appears to be, or is he Both have murderous backgrounds and this come in handy when a Mexican Colonel forces them to undertake a dangerous mission.Written by Jack Higgins but under his alias of James Graham But this story has so many similarities to other Higgins novels, especially in characte [...]

    5. A very early Jack Higgins book takes place in Mexico after the revolution A former IRA gunman, wouldn t be a Higgins book without one of these, a gun toting priest who is really a American bank robber and a Hungarian gun runner are given one last chance to avoid a death sentence Go into the mountains and kill a bandit who is imposing his own brand of lawlessness on the countryside OK read.

    6. This book was originaly written under the pseudonym of James Graham and that s the version I have Higgins always tells an intense and exciting story This one is quite good A historical thriller set in Mexico in the early 1900s.

    7. Western en el M xico de entre guerras Despu s de la Revoluci n mexicana, algunos reductos de desorden deben pacificarse cueste lo que cueste Tres extra os pistoleros ser n encargados con esta tarea.

    8. This is just one of the stories I can read over and over again Set during the mexican revolution, it is just an interesting story with enduring characters It is a quick read and action packed.

    9. An early Jack Higgins short and simply written 3 outlaws in Mexico given the option to hunt down a baddie instead of the death penalty Actually a good and engaging plot.

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