The Marching Season

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For the Northern Irish 'marching season', see Parades in Northern Ireland.
The Marching Season
The Marching Season
Author Daniel Silva
Country United States
Language English
Genre Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Publisher Random House (US)
Publication date
1999[1]
Media type Print
Pages 418
ISBN 0375500898 (US)
Preceded by The Mark of the Assassin
Followed by The Kill Artist

The Marching Season is a 1999 spy fiction novel by Daniel Silva.[1]

It is the sequel to The Mark of the Assassin by the same author.

Plot summary[edit]

Former Agent Michael Osbourne is rerecruited by the CIA when his father-in-law Douglas Cannon, the new ambassador to the Court of St. James, is sent to the United Kingdom to promote the peace process between Protestants and Catholics of Northern Ireland, which has been jeopardized by three bloody attempts to derail them. Michael must once again face the elusive and lethal KGB-trained assassin October, with whom he has unfinished business.

International titles[edit]

Portuguese: A Marcha. (The March). (2011). ISBN 9789722522731[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Marching Season". The Library of Congress Catalog Record. Retrieved 2012-11-25. 
  2. ^ "A Marcha". In Porbase - National Bibliographic Database of portuguese libraries. Retrieved 2012-11-26.