Angel of Death (novel)

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First edition (publ. Michael Joseph)

Angel of Death is a novel by Jack Higgins written in 1995. It tells the story of a famous actress who joins a bloody terrorist movement named after Bloody Sunday's date, 30 January. This terrorist group appear to target random government agencies and terrorists group from members of the Central Intelligence Agency, to the KGB and the Provisional Irish Republican Army.

As the Northern Ireland peace process is at stake, the hero of Jack Higgins' novels of the 1990s, Sean Dillon, comes to the rescue again to save the world in this thriller novel.

Reviews[edit]

  • Guttman, Robert J. "Best sellers." Europe (Apr. 1995): 26. Abstract: Reviews the book `Angel of Death' by Jack Higgins.
  • Pendleton, Elsa. "Book reviews: Fiction." Library Journal 120.4 (Mar. 1995): 102. Abstract: Reviews the novel `Angel of Death,' by Jack Higgins.
  • Steinberg, Sybil S. "Forecasts: Fiction." Publishers Weekly 242.2 (09 Jan. 1995): 55. Abstract: Reviews the book `Angel of Death,' by Jack Higgins.
  • Lukowsky, Wes. "Adult fiction." Booklist 91.10 (15 Jan. 1995): 869. Abstract: Reviews the book `Angel of Death,' by Jack Higgins.