Day of ReckoningBook - 2000
Higgins's novels of honor, bravery, and irresistible intrigue delight millions of readers every year, but few of his books pack the sheer narrative power of Day of Reckoning. "Katherine Johnson was a couple of feet under dark green water. Her arms floated to each side, her legs were open, the eyes stared into eternity. There was a look of surprise on her face and she was achingly beautiful in death." Journalist Katherine Johnson made the mistake of getting too close to the secrets of international crime boss Jack Fox--but Fox made the mistake of killing her. Katherine's ex-husband is Blake Johnson, head of the clandestine White House department known as The Basement, and with the President's permission, the former FBI agent is about to take revenge. Wherever the money trail leads--New York, England, Ireland, the Middle East--Johnson and his Irish colleague, Sean Dillon, plan to hit Fox where it hurts the most, by cutting his illegal businesses to shreds, until Fox stands defenseless before his enemies. But Fox did not become powerful by letting his enemies get that close. If Johnson and Dillon want to take him on, they will have to face his own brand of revenge. And it is a revenge every bit as deadly as their own. Day of Reckoning is brilliant suspense--the master working truly at the height of his powers.
Publisher: New York : Putnam's, c2000
Branch Call Number: x
Characteristics: 295 p. ; 24 cm