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Jack Higgins 4 book collection set £6.99 delivered @ Books Direct bargains
Jack Higgins 4 book collection set £6.99 delivered @ Books Direct bargains

Jack Higgins 4 book collection set £6.99 delivered @ Books Direct bargains

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‘Higgins is a master of his craft’ Daily Telegraph.

This Christmas indulge yourself, or share with a deserving someone, vintage Jack Higgins, and save £72.96 on the RRP.

Higgins, who grew up as Harry Patterson in violent 1940s Belfast, exploded onto the bestselling scene in 1975 with The Eagle Has Landed. The protégé of Liam Devlin who was portrayed by Donald Sutherland in The Eagle Has Landed is Sean Dillon, the star of this four-book masterclass in thriller writing.

In The Killing Ground, the former IRA scourge turned elite British Security Service agent Dillon stirs up a hornets’ nest, when he hunts down the Bedouin tribe who kidnapped the daughter of Caspar Rashid.

In Rough Justice Dillon is pitchforked into a cycle of revenge in Kosovo, while in A Darker Place ex-paratrooper Alexander Kurbsky needs Dillon’s help to disappear into the West.

Then, in Wolf At The Door, Putin and the Russians want the 'Prime Minister's private army' wiped out, and that includes Dillon. The Russians need the right kind of assassin, better than Carlos the Jackal. When such a man is discovered in a Lubiana prison, he is willing to take on any job to be set free.

Treat yourself or surprise someone special with a thrilling gift – four bestselling novels from the 'thriller writer in a class of his own' Financial Times.

Your Jack Higgins Collection includes:

* The Killing Ground
* A Darker Place
* Wolf at the Door
* Rough Justice

3 Comments

my dad loves jack higgins book but hes got all these think theres only a few he doesnt have lol great deal hot from me

The Killing Ground is a really dreadful book, read the reviews on Amazon. Can't comment on the rest but might be worth doing some research before ordering.

The Killing Ground is a really dreadful book, read the reviews on Amazon. Can't comment on the rest but might be worth doing some research before ordering.
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