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Ravenhill
Title : Ravenhill
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ISBN : null
Language : English
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 271

‘Spectacular – Ravenhill is a taut, intelligent thriller that ranks as the best Belfast thriller since Harry’s Game by Gerald Seymour’ Tony Parsons ‘A cracking, fast-paced thriller’ Colin Bateman 'Cracking debut novel delivering heart-pounding action from another Northern Irish writer of huge promise' Irish Independent 'The up-close violence is stomach-churning, the sense‘Spectacular – Ravenhill is a taut, intelligent thriller that ranks as the best Belfast thriller since Harry’s Game by Gerald Seymour’ Tony Parsons ‘A cracking, fast-paced thriller’ Colin Bateman 'Cracking debut novel delivering heart-pounding action from another Northern Irish writer of huge promise' Irish Independent 'The up-close violence is stomach-churning, the sense of menace under the "peace" agreement is palpable, and Jackie is faced with a dilemma which fuels a cracking plot' The Sunday Times Crime Club Belfast, 1993: Jackie Shaw is a young tearaway running with paramilitaries in Belfas


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Ravenhill Reviews

  • John Murphy

    I read a lot of fiction based around the Irish conflict as I find it such an engrossing subject. Ravenshill was unique to me in that it was from the other side of the tracks if you like in that it was centred on a UDA gang and their mission to take out a top republican.Although pure fiction there are references to real events that took place in the province and the first chapter will remind a lot of people of a fairly prominent event in the history of the 6 counties.The story was riveting and th [...]

  • Morag Gillespie

    Absolutely brilliant debut novel from John Steele. A gripping thriller with moral struggles for Jackie Shaw. Wonderful local flavour and detail will ring true to anyone familiar with Northern Ireland, not a requirement to enjoy this great yarn though. I can't wait for the next Jackie Shaw book - pre-ordering now!

  • Owen Scott

    GoodLoved the way the book was structured going between time. Good couple of twists and also some insight into troubles