About the Book
In a sequel to award winning Raven's Honor and Raven's Return, Roy French returns with another tale of the Raven, one of the most feared of all paramilitary enforcers in Ireland.
When his friend is framed for a murder he did not commit, Daniel Riordan puts his own life in jeopardy as he seeks to uncover the truth. Enlisting the services of a security specialist named Brian Featherstone, "Feather" to his friends, he encounters an evil monster who preys on young runaways and sells them to be abused and tortured.
Riordan destroys the operation in order to clear his friend, but the monster known only as Slade escapes and vows to take revenge on Riordan and his family. Riordan attempts to protect his loved ones, buit the assault comes from many angles, angles from which he is not prepared.
Suddenly the hunter becomes the hunted. . .
Once again, French takes us on an adrenaline pumping ride, with former foes becoming fast friends and allies to confront a protagonist who is evil incarnate. The action is non-stop and the plot twists keep you guessing to the last moment.
About the Author
Roy French was born in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, and grew up through the worst of the 'Troubles'. Today he makes his home in Toronto, Canada. Roy has won numerous awards including runner-up for the Arthur Ellis Award for his first novel A Sense of Honor, currently re-released as Raven's Honor, and has co-written several screenplays. The first film, 'Twisted Pieces' is currently in post production, and ' A fine night for dying ' has just gone into pre-production. He also completed filming his role of Lieutenant Cross in the martial arts feature entitled 'The Order of One.'