Fire and Ice

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Nathan Young., & Nathan Young|AUTHOR. (2012). Fire and Ice. Xlibris UK.

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    [synopsis] => Danny Patterson never promised that he was a good man, and despite the tough exterior he has often exhibited as a result of his experiences living in Leigh Park, he is actually quite vulnerable. But with Stacy Ryan at his side, he is finally beginning to find some closure. He has fought for what he believes in on many occasions, and when he finds himself the prey of Alistair Carter and a sinister group known as The Rogues, he is inadvertently pulled into a grotesque game of cat and mouse from which he may not survive. With Carter slowly striking at the heart of everything he holds dear, Danny knows that in order to stop the bloodshed, he must learn to fight fire with fire and draw a line in the sand in order to protect the girl he loves. What is the connection between The Rogues and a failed military operation in Iraq? Why is Carter trying to spark an underground street war between two deadly enemies? And why is Danny about to meet his fate in the hills and mountains of Cumbria? Today, the fall begins
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