Progeny of a Killer
Sometimes the past throws up more than you can handle... When Aidan McRaney is sent into infiltrate the lair of a man obsessed with seeking revenge on the British for the murder of his IRA father, he is forced to confront a past he never knew existed. A fast-paced, tense thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.
Progeny of a Killer
Review By: Brittany Perez (Oh My Bookness)
February 28, 2017
Progeny Of a Killer by J.M. Shorney is book three of The Aidan McRaney Trilogy J.M. Shorney takes the reader through a journey of The Troubled times in Irish history and incorporates it into a intricate and intriguing, suspenseful, dark, take on a psychological semi thriller.Aidan McRaney, one of the protagonist is a 1-con who is trying to do the right thing even when it seems impossible. He is sent to infiltrate the lair of Corrigan who is looking for revenge for his murdered IRA father. Corrigan and McRaney paths cross in more ways than he can understand. More complicated along the way.
In Progeny Of a Killer by J. M. Shorney, the characters are haunted by their irish past and the past have a nasty habit of returning. The details of the story are meticulous and is fast paced. The author has away of building up the tension and the suspense. The author is quite detailed in graphics and it keeps you hooked with the visionary detail. With so much going it maybe easy to over look the subtle things going. The transitions are not perfect, from past to present, but overall you cant deny the writers technique to draw a reader in.
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