Rough Justice (novel)
|August 19, 2008|
|LC Class||PR6058.I343 R68 2008|
|Preceded by||The Killing Ground|
The novel features Higgins' regular Sean Dillon, along with both American and British government operatives in a volatile Kosovo, made more so when one puts a bullet through the head of the ring leader of a group of Russian soldiers. While Dillon appears at various points in the story the lead character is an ex-army intelligence officer, Major Harry Miller M.P. who holds a position of Under-Secretary of State answerable to the British Prime Minister.
- Welsh-Huggins, Andrew (Associated Press). Latest Higgins thriller a by-the-numbers kill fest. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 28, 2008
- BEST SELLERS: FICTION: Sunday, September 14th 2008, The New York Times
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