Jeff Gulvin

Nom de Guerre

When a terrorist escapes prison, Scotland Yard’s Jack Swann and FBI agent Johnny Harrison are on his trail in this “absolutely marvelous” series (Jack Higgins).
Detective Sgt. Jack Swann, anti-terrorist agent for Scotland Yard’s Special Branch, is breathing a little easier. The international terrorist known as Storm Crow is languishing in jail after threatening to ignite a bomb in London and plotting to unleash a chemical attack in Saint Peter’s Square in Rome. Then, on his way to trial, the prisoner breaks free. He returns to the world’s stage with a shocking act of violence—only to be trailed from the UK to the United States by Swann. And that’s precisely what the madman wants.
Enlisting the help of FBI Special Agent Johnny Harrison, Swann tracks his nemesis across the heartland of America—from Georgia to Nevada—in a bizarre spree of mass murders calculated to trap both men in an ingenious and terrifying endgame. Because Storm Crow is more insidious, and more powerful, than Swann and Harrison ever imagined.
New York Times–bestselling author Jack Higgins called Storm Crow “one of the best thrillers I’ve read this year.” Now the coldblooded terrorist is at large once again—and the stakes are even higher—in Nom de Guerre.
633 printed pages
Original publication


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