It was the sort of day you remembered. Where you were when you heard and what you were doing; who you turned to and who you telephoned.
This is not 22 November 1963, but now. This is 'KENNEDY’S GHOST', a nerve-shredding thriller of kidnap, conspiracy and assassination.
Former SAS man Dave Haslam is hired to negotiate the release of a top banker being held to ransom in Italy. In America, Deputy Director Brettlaw of the CIA has dark reasons of his own to fear for the banker’s safety, while charismatic politician Jack Donaghue is striding ever closer to the White House … and the deepest secret of the Camelot years.
Haslam, Brettlaw, Donaghue: three men on a collision course, on a switchback ride of intrigue and suspense, on the shocking trail of 'KENNEDY’S GHOST'.
About the author
Gordon Stevens was an investigative journalist and a television producer and director. He is the author of seven novels including the bestselling ‘‘Provo’ and ‘‘Kennedy’s Ghost’ and ‘‘Kara’s Game’. He lives with his family in the New Forest.