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.
” Another five star thriller!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Phil Rowan
Jean Shorney has done it again with a second five star story. I was impressed by her first, Stalking Aidan – but Progeny of a Killer is even more gripping and scary: it’s a first rate thriller. The main character, Aidan McRaney, has a range of personal, emotional and financial problems. When we meet him, he is working as an undercover hit-man for a quasi Brit Secret Service operator, Sir George Treveleyan. His job is to track down and eliminate a vile Irish Republican sympathiser, whose associates are into paedophilia and murder. Fortunately, one can empathise with McRaney, and at one stage I was hoping that he might get together with the lovely Lorna Allardyce – an up-market associate of the paralysed Sir George. The characterisation throughout is very good – and although there is a terrifying conclusion, one feels that the nasty bad guys have got what they deserved, and one hopes that McRaney and his young son may survive to take on a series of future life challenges.
About the Author
Writer of The Aidan McRaney Series. Inspired by Aidan Turner and old Country music. Author of 14X Kindle Bestseller ‘Progeny Of A Killer’