Former IRA killer Gerry Fegan finds himself haunted by the ghosts of twelve of his innocent victims and comes to the conclusion that he must kill the men who gave him his orders so many years ago.
Bloody murders beget bloody murders in Stuart Neville's debut novel, THE GHOSTS OF BELFAST. Haunted by the specters of the murder assignments he completed during his tenure as an I.R.A. enforcer, Gerry Fegan sees no course but to purge his guilt by seeking revenge on those who ordered the killings. Neville's book is a dark and gory trip with a deeply scarred man set against the landscape of Ireland's precarious peace.
Genre: Fiction + Literature Themes, Fiction + Literature Genres
Subgenre: Conflicts + Dualities, Human Qualities + Behavior, Literary Genres + Types of Novels, Peoples + Cultures, Politics, Religion + Beliefs, Types of Characters, Mystery + Crime